On July 22, 2021, IAB’s Legal Affairs in partnership with OneTrust and BakerHostetler published a compendium outlining findings from its Cross Jurisdiction Privacy Project (CJPP). The project kicked off in 2020 to explore the privacy laws of 11 countries around the world and determine how the different requirements apply to digital advertising participants and the transactions they typically undertake. Ultimately, the end goal is for the IAB Tech Lab to take these findings and create a global string that IAB participants can use to communicate consent and preference in a way that is compliant with multiple jurisdictions.  

Download the report: IAB Cross Jurisdiction Privacy Project Compendium

What’s in the IAB Cross Jurisdiction Privacy Project Compendium?

The compendium was created with the help of 150 lawyers from around the globe along with OneTrust DataGuidance helping to identify specific requirements and BakerHostetler’s legal support and working groups. 

As you deep dive into the compendium’s ten chapters, you’ll gain insight into:   

 Visit OneTrust DataGuidance to download the report or request a demo to learn how OneTrust can help. 

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