Like the Uniform Commercial Code (adopted by 50 states) and the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (adopted by 46 states), the Uniform Commission’s new model law — the Uniform Personal Data Protection Act (UPDPA) — could see widespread state-by-state adoption.
This one-hour webinar features key players involved in the drafting and development of the Uniform Law Commission's (ULC) new model privacy law.
The discussion addressed:
- What is the Uniform Law Commission?
- What is the background for developing this model privacy law?
- What is in UPDPA, and how does it differ from GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, etc.?
- Does UPDPA provide meaningful privacy protection and individual rights?
- How would compliance with UPDPA be achieved and enforced?
- What is the current status of UPDPA in the states, and what are its future prospects?
- Would UPDPA deter federal privacy legislation, or serve as a model for it?
- Jane Roberta Bambauer, Professor of Law, University of Arizona
- James Bopp, Jr., Lawyer, The Bopp Law Firm
- Pam Dixon, Founder and Executive Director, World Privacy Forum
- Harvey Perlman, Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law
- Libby Snyder, Legislative Counsel, Uniform Law Commission
- Peter A. Winn, Acting Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer, United States Department of Justice
The discussion was moderated by Alan Charles Raul, Partner and Founder of Sidley’s Privacy and Cybersecurity practice.
Uniform Personal Data Protection Act
Final Act With and Without Comments
Memorandum of Issues, Uniform Personal Data Protection Act
Formerly, Collection and Use of Personally Identifiable Data Act (CUPID)