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Its time to fight back against this young "Woke, overindulged, spoilt, entitled, disrespectfal generation of people who think their opinion is the only one worth listening to . I am sick to the back teeth of insults or attempted shutdowns by the use of the words: Homophobic, Racist, KAREN!!, virtue signalling (whatever the fuck that means)..I am one of many voices of a silent majority who feel its time to stand up and be heard.
 
Debbie Reynolds of “The Data Diva Talks Podcast” provides wide-ranging discussion topics with worldwide leaders about data privacy that impact businesses. This podcast explores data and emerging technologies, international laws and regulations, data ethics, individual privacy rights, and future trends. Debbie Reynolds, the Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer of Debbie Reynolds Consulting, is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader, and advisor to Multinational Corporations for ...
 
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A true crime podcast on a mission to keep these stories alive. Why So Cold? This podcast is a platform for the voices of the missing and murdered. Why So Cold? relies largely on police or news documents, eyewitness accounts, press conferences and interviews (some conducted by Why So Cold?). Larger and more-complex cold cases have multiple episodes, and case updates to previously aired episodes are also provided when available. Links to all source material used can be found for each episode i ...
 
In the late 1940s and early 1950s Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis created some of the most irresistible hilarity in the history of entertainment. Now you can enjoy the best of the Martin and Lewis Show, which aired on NBC Radio from 1949 through 1953. Listen in, and find out what all the fuss was about! Your ears will never be the same.
 
Humans in the legal world have interesting lives, passions, and hobbies that we almost never get to hear about in the day to day. This podcast will feature fascinating guests, who will delight us with the fun and interesting and challenging things they do when they’re not playing a role in the legal world. Making Legal Human is about getting to know the humans behind the firms and projects and businesses you follow and work with every day. The podcast is hosted by Joey Seeber, CEO of Level L ...
 
The DailyCyber Podcast and New Live Stream every Wednesday at 6:00 pm EDT is focused on providing the truth into the Cyber Security industry. Discussions on Cyber Security trends, technologies, solutions, news, education, certifications, careers and interviews with leading Cyber Security experts on various Cyber Security topics. Subscribe today to make sure you don't miss an episode.
 
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Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Divya Dwivedi, Data Ethics & Privacy Advocate, a practicing advocate at the Supreme Court of India. We discuss her diverse interests in law and technology, her interest in privacy, the influence of India in privacy as the world’s largest democracy, the difference between privacy as a fundamental human right …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Cornwall Council data breach of children's data, Worcestershire Childrens Services data breach, States of Jersey Information Commissioner Annual Report, ICCL report highlights level of RTB data sharing, Ukraine now has DDOS bot for cyber attackes against Russia, EDPB issues guidance on setting GDPR penalties, Googl…
 
It's been a minute since we've done a TCMFF audio show! This year's TCM Classic Film Festival was fantastic and we have the audio to prove it. Hear our exclusive interviews with Jacqueline Stewart, Dana Gould, Pam Grier, and Aileen Queen, plus William Joyce's intro to Queen Bee and some guy named Steven Spielberg's intro to E.T. We'll have more TCM…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Andrea Amico, Founder & CEO, Privacy4Cars. We discuss his journey into the Data Privacy industry and his knowledge of personally identifiable data captured by cars, the enormous volume of data that cars transmit and retain about the automotive operator, how data of individuals can benefit companies who sell …
 
Coming up in this week's episode :- Central Bedfordshire Council data breach, NHS Digital released data to high risk organisations, Nicola Sturgeon uses GDPR to avoid questions in Scottish Parliament, ICO reduces IT spending by £1.2 million, Costa Rica declares state of emergency after Conti ransomware attack, Polish DPA fines data controller for n…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Alexander Hanff, Managing Director at Hanff & Co AB. We discuss his data protection and technology expertise and journey to his career, the impact of technologies on society and individuals, a fulsome overview of ePrivacy directive and pending EU regulation related to data, the difficulty of individuals unde…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Sixt data breach. University of Essex data breach, Will a new data bill be in the Queen's Speech? Transport New South Wales cyber attack, US Department of Defense scammed after phishing attack, Spanish Prime Minister phone attacked by Pegasus spyware, California State Bar data breach, Mynurse closes after data brea…
 
May the 4th be worth you and we're honoring the 45th anniversary of Star Wars: A New Hope. Guest Chris Mich joins us to discuss George Lucas' sci-fi fantasy and its numerous classic film influences. Yep, you could watch an entire history of classic film just looking at references within the story of Luke Skywalker. Reviews matter and you can help u…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Abimbola Adegbite, Application Security Thought Leader at Jane.app. We discuss his journey into technology and his role at Jane.app, the importance of organizations understanding cybersecurity, his concerns about Data Privacy and Cybersecurity within organizations, the public misperception of hackers and the…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Hackers claim to have breached Coca Cola data, Northern Ireland health workers affected by data breach, British Army recruitment website still down weeks after data breach, Blackbaud legal action after data breach, Leaked document shows difficulties Meta is having trying to keep Facebook GDPR compliant, Ola Electri…
 
Are you ready to take a journey through trust, reciprocity, reputation, and strategy? In this episode, George B. Thomas and Eric Yaverbaum uncover a matrix of words, tips, and wisdom for building a successful brand in the digital world.By George B. Thomas
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Hitoshi Kokumai, Founder and Chief Architect at Mnemonic Identity Solutions Limited. We discuss his interest in digital identity and Data Privacy, , his work with the Japanese Ministry of Defense on identity systems, how deep episodic memories are a superior solution for the weakness of passwords alone, how …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: 10 Downing Street devices hit by cyberattack, Funky Pigeon data breach, Manx Care GDPR breach penalties, Controversy over Saseido data breach, British businesses urged to be cautious in use of Police Cybersecurity app, CNIL introduces fast-track GDPR breach process, Hong Kong Commissioner issues report into Nikkei …
 
We're celebrating the 90th birthday of actress Debbie Reynolds with a very special guest, Debbie's son Todd Fisher. Todd shares his memories of his mom, as well as stories of the top 3 movies the Ticklish Trio picked as their favorites. This episode is so jam packed with stories it's our longest episode to date! Also, look for an exclusive video of…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Heidi Saas, H.T. Saas, LLC, Data Privacy and Technology Attorney. We discuss her journey into Data Privacy as a lawyer interested in US government policy and technology, Data Privacy concerns in the digital age, the business value of Data Privacy, the emerging challenges of third-party risk, the need for pro…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: UK Home Office data breach, Shiseido UK data breach, ICO concludes no further action after Matt Hancock CCTV breach, TikTok GDPR breach heard in UK High Court, Nestle and Anonymous dispute data breach, Yandex Food data breach exposes details of Russian security personnel, Dutch DPA issues guidance on GDPR transpare…
 
Brand voice has become top-of-mind in marketing as more and more people support businesses that share their values. But how you treat your customers is only part of the battle--employees have to be part of the conversation, too.By George B. Thomas
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Cillian Kieran, Founder & CEO, Ethyca. We discuss his career journey and background in software engineering, his data interest and transition to a company that helps companies manage data while accounting for the obligations that organizations have to regulators and individuals, the lack of understanding abo…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Mailchimp data breach, The Works data breach, Isle of Wight electric car charging points show porn rather than user instructions, Snap-on Tools data breach, Bank of Ireland fined for GDPR breaches, Caixabank fined for having pre-ticked consent boxes, Danske Bank fined for not having accurate data retention policy, …
 
Author Tom Santopietro, the man behind Why To Kill a Mockingbird Matters, sits down with the Ticklish crew to discuss Robert Mulligan's 1962 adaptation of Harper Lee's classic. The group discusses Gregory Peck's career-defining role as Atticus Finch, the way the movie gives us the children's POV, and why the sequel novel isn't necessarily worth rea…
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Dr. Nicol Turner Lee Senior Fellow, Center for Technology Innovation, The Brookings Institution. We discuss this issue of the Digital Divide, her upcoming book, “The Digital Invisible: How the Internet is Creating the New Underclass”, her career path lead to her work at the Brookings Institution, the lack of…
 
Russian based groups attempting to hack Nato and European defence ministries, MOD Recruitment system shutdown after data breach, NCSC issues strongest warning yet regarding Kapersky products, A new EU/US Privacy Shield is emerging soon, MandS parcel photos data breach, New PCI DSS for handling credit and debit card information, Anonymous hack Centr…
 
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva”, talks to Adrian Van Rossum, Founder, Simple Analytics. We discuss his early Webmaster experience and the realization that the Internet can be a data privacy risk, the implication of the recent EU ruling on Google Analytics and data transfer to the US, data transfer without the knowledge of the individual, how fonts…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Isle of Wight children's information data breach, Ransomware attack on Scottish Mental Health Charity, Kinross family awarded £2500 after school data breach, Allerdale Council data breaches revealed in FOI request, John Edwards, UK ICO, makes first policy speech Cryptocurrency customers affected by Hubspot data bre…
 
A last-minute change in the schedule saw us transition our Doubled Features ep on Nightmare Alley into our main episode. The Ticklish Trio discuss the dueling versions of the film, why Tyrone Power worked so well and Bradley Cooper doesn't, and why Cate Blanchett could be in either movie. Which one do you prefer? Reviews matter and you can help us …
 
Debbie Reynolds “The Data Diva” talks to Robin Meyer, General Counsel at TokenEx. We discuss her passion for privacy and emphasis on it for General Counsels, what tokenization is and how TokenEx leverages this technology, the advantage of tokenization regarding data classification, tokenization can protect sensitive data, her current concerns about…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Worldwide cyber security centres advise users to cease using Kapersky products, Rosneft Oil hacked by Anonymous, Russian infrastructure subject to sustained cyber attacks, Human error cause of data breach at Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Data breach at Isle of Man based Strix Group, Cafepress fined $500,0…
 
Two episodes in two weeks? What's going on? Well, when Bridesmaids and A Simple Favor director Paul Feig wants to talk Peter Bogdanovich you don't pass up the opportunity. Paul sits down with to talk about the 1972 comedy What's Up Doc? and much like a Bogdanovich film itself the conversation veers towards Feig's filmic influences, his love of Bogd…
 
Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” talks to Nishant Bhajaria, Director of Privacy Engineering at Uber, and Author of the book titled Data Privacy: A runbook for engineers. We discuss his operational focus on Data Privacy, the large gap between operational and legal Data Privacy and the need for collaboration between them, the shift from precedent to…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Wightlink data breach, Tuckers Solicitors fined £98,000 after data breach, Employees at LSH Auto take legal action after data breach, Scenic Group data breach, Prosecution after Dundee City Council data breach, Adafruit data breach, Ex-NatWest employee kept customer records under her bed, Ex-INM Chief Executive has…
 
Kimberly and Samantha sit down with Pictures At a Revolution author Mark Harris to discuss director Peter Bogdanovich, his work, and what to watch! Plenty of discussion about The Last Picture Show and Paper Moon abound. Reviews matter and you can help us out by giving us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts! Also, tell your friends to like and subscribe to ou…
 
On Sunday, June 6, 1993, an unimaginable tragedy occurred in the small town of Windsor, North Carolina. Six employees of the local Be-Lo grocery store were closing up the place for the day when an unknown man appeared with a gun and ordered them to the butcher room in the back. When the man left the store, three of the six employees were dead, two …
 
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