Correct parameterization of the Collision-induced Absorption (CIA) phenomena is essential for accurate modeling of planetary atmospheres. The HITRAN spectroscopic database provides these parameters in a dedicated section. Here, we significantly revise and extend the HITRAN CIA data with respect to the original effort described in Richard et al. [JQSRT 113, 1276 (2012)]. The extension concerns new collisional pairs as well as wider spectral and temperature ranges for the existing pairs. The database now contains CIA for N2sbnd N2, N2sbnd H2, N2sbnd CH4, N2sbnd H2O, N2sbnd O2, O2sbnd O2, O2sbnd CO2, CO2sbnd CO2, H2sbnd H2, H2sbnd He, H2sbnd CH4, H2sbnd H, Hsbnd He, CH4sbnd CH4, CH4sbnd CO2, CH4sbnd He, and CH4sbnd Ar collision pairs. The sources of data as well as their validation and selection are discussed. A wish list to eliminate remaining deficiencies or lack of data from the astrophysics perspective is also presented.