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ESG vector

Report: Poor awareness of supply chain disclosure regs leaving firms exposed


Compliance failures in the supply chain are hampering organizations’ efforts to implement environmental, social, and governance initiatives and meet disclosure requirements, according to a new report by U.K. law firm Burges Salmon.


CW2024 mentors explain why ‘in compliance, you’re never an island’


Mary Shirley is always looking for innovative ways to spur conversation, sharing, and crowdsourcing among compliance professionals. Her workshop at Compliance Week’s 2024 National Conference was no different.

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EDPB decision sparks ‘consent or pay’ debate for Big Tech firms


Big Tech firms might need to rethink their plans to charge users for not selling their personal data for behavioral advertising following a decision by Europe’s primary data regulator.

CW2024 IT and Compliance

Intersection of compliance, IT one of opportunity


With senior-level decisions on technology only increasing in frequency as new tools rapidly evolve, a panel at Compliance Week’s 2024 National Conference agreed compliance must consider the opportunities available to influence those conversations.

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Focused on consumer privacy? Don’t forget employees’ rights


The implications of a privacy rights case involving a U.K.-based Uber Eats driver underscore a popular belief that companies prioritize protecting the personal information of their customers over the data rights of their employees.

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SEC’s Grewal: General compliance principles for avoiding AI washing


Gurbir Grewal, director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement, laid out general principles for “proactive compliance” to avoid making false or misleading claims about the capabilities of artificial intelligence products and services.

European Court of Human Rights

ECHR ruling opens door to climate change litigation on basis of human rights


By holding the Swiss government accountable for failing to do more to limit climate change, a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights might have significant implications for legislators and organizations in other countries across the European Union.

CW2024 building compliance

‘You have to sell compliance’: Tips for building compliance programs from scratch


A panel of experienced compliance professionals shared the various approaches they took to build compliance programs from the ground up at Compliance Week’s 2024 National Conference.