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The International Association of Privacy Professionals is the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource, helping practitioners develop and advance their careers and organizations manage and protect their data. More than just a professional association, the IAPP provides a home for privacy professionals around the world to gather, share experiences and enrich their knowledge. Founded in 2000, the IAPP is a not-for-profit association with more than 39,000 ...
 
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On Tech Policy Grind we talk about the most pressing issues at the intersection of law and technology. We interview friends and fellows of the Internet Law and Policy Foundry about their interests in the tech policy world. From artificial intelligence and algorithmic justice, to cybersecurity, digital civil liberties and more - join us twice a month as we hammer out the latest in tech law and policy, right here! The Internet Law and Policy Foundry - www.ilpfoundry.us
 
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There are so many privacy headlines in the U.S. right now that it almost seems to overshadow developments in the EU. While the privacy profession was, for years, seemingly laser-focused on the General Data Protection Regulation -- deservedly -- the California Consumer Protection Act set a firestorm in 2017 and then later in 2018 when it was pas ...…
 
At the IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. conference, it would be hard to argue that the California Consumer Privacy Act wasn't the general topic of conversation everywhere from the keynote stage to breakout sessions to happy hour. From a dressing room offstage at The Cosmopolitan Hotel's Chelsea Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, Angelique Carson, CIP ...…
 
A surefire way to take the social temperature of a time period is to sample its art. For those who’ve been working in privacy for some time, it’s perhaps slightly surreal to now see aspects of the profession reflected in popular culture. In October, “The Right to Be Forgotten,” by playwright Sharyn Rothstein, will debut at the Arena Stage in Wa ...…
 
Friday, Sept 6, was the final day for any amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act to be introduced, per California Assembly rules. Lawmakers have since voted on those amendments and we now know what the final version of the CCPA looks like, subject to the signature of California Gov. Gavin Newsom. In this episode of The Privacy Adviso ...…
 
This week, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced its settlement with Google and its subsidiary YouTube as a historic moment and a "game changer" for enforcement under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Google will pay $170 million and YouTube must implement various changes to the way it manages content creators on its site and ...…
 
Remember when the GDPR was about to be signed into law and there was all sorts of chatter that the ePrivacy Regulation would soon be passed as well? That was years ago now. So what's happening within the EU government that we still don't have one. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, senior privacy counsel at ...…
 
There's no question that the California Consumer Privacy Act has captured the attention of not only the U.S. but its global counterparts as well. What's perhaps even more concerning to companies aiming to comply with the law before it becomes effective in 2020 is the uncertainty surrounding the seemingly endless number of amendments being consi ...…
 
Recently, The New York Times announced it had hired journalist Kashmir Hill to its Business beat. Hill, most recently of Gizmodo, has long covered privacy in a distinct and unique first-person style, often through experimentation of her own with technology products and services. There was the time she tried to quit using the top five technology ...…
 
It's been three years since journalist Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, was directed by her boss to start something called a podcast that could help serve the IAPP membership, allowing them in-depth insights from their peers on how to thrive in the privacy profession and detailed looks at some of the industry's most important news. Since then, The Pr ...…
 
In this special edition of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, two of the people completely immersed in EU General Data Protection compliance discuss the last year of their lives. Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon describes the last year as "a washing machine stuck on the spin cycle; it’s been an incredible year of change for us as a data ...…
 
While it's true privacy and data protection laws are undergoing shifts in many parts of the world, this is especially true for Latin America where there is no shortage of legislative action. Brazil approved its general data protection law last year, and it will come into effect in early 2020. Just as the U.S. is seeing with the California Consu ...…
 
There's been no shortage of press about the California Consumer Privacy Act. Sessions on the topic were among the most attended at the IAPP's Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., last week. But what's difficult is keeping pace with all of the amendments being voted up or down on any given week. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podca ...…
 
On May 1, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held its third hearing on how to craft a potential federal privacy bill. Witnesses included repesentatives from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Future of Privacy Forum, Common Sense Media and the Irish Office of the Data Protection Commissioner. In this episode ...…
 
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, New Zealand Privacy Commissioner John Edwards discusses the privacy landscape in New Zealand and ongoing updates to the country's privacy law of 1993. Th regulator is unique in that he does not have fining powers, but he says that's working just fine. Edwards also discusses what he says are necess ...…
 
History was made Friday night, April 12, when the largest ever privacy class-action verdict was announced. A federal jury in Oregon decided it would tell health supplement marketer ViSalus to pay $925 million in damages after it was charged by a certified class of 800,000 people with making 2 million illegal robocalls. It’s unusual not only in ...…
 
Hey there listeners, today we prepare for our inevitable robot overlords, and ask the question – if we can’t fight em’ should we tax tem instead? And really, what do we mean by tax? And for that matter – what do we mean by “robot”? This is Tech Policy Grind, a podcast from the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. I’m your host, Emory Roane, and tod ...…
 
Eduardo Ustaran is global co-head of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, and he's widely recognized as one of the world's leading privacy and data protection lawyers. In this episode of the podcast, host Angelique Carson talks to Ustaran about what's happening in the U.K. on Brexit and what that might mean for data protection ...…
 
Hey there listeners, this is Tech Policy Grind, the show where we hammer out the latest in tech law and policy with the folks at the forefront of that space, and today, we have such a treat. Let’s be honest, if you’re listening to this show, you’ve almost certainly read her work over on Gizmodo. Her incredible articles on the Pregnancy Panoptic ...…
 
Hey, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind, a podcast from the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. My name is Emory Roane, and today it’s another foray into privacy – or more specifically, the International Association of Privacy Professionals. This time, with Angelique Carson – editor of The Privacy Advisor and host of The excellent (and far more ...…
 
Hey, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind, a podcast from the Internet Law and Policy Foundry where we hammer out the latest, at the intersection of law and technology. My name is Emory Roane, and Today, Joe Jerome joins us as we talk to Fred Jennings, Associate Corporate Counsel at GitHub, about bug bounty programs, the pitfalls businesses ne ...…
 
Hey there listeners! Sorry about last week – we had some technical issues that are… well, actually they’re not at all sorted out yet. Pour one out for the old editing PC because that poor machine is dead. But! After editing this entire episode with a mousepad and recording this intro from my closet – we have a really special episode for you. Yo ...…
 
On Capitol Hill this week, Congress held two back-to-back hearings on a potential U.S. federal privacy bill. The aim was to gain insights from expert witnesses on what such a bill should contain. At the first hearing, at the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, industry and advocates debated how prescriptive a federal law should be. At the S ...…
 
Did you know that a little over a week ago the European Union decided to move forward with their latest proposed updates to the EU Copyright Directive, which includes requirements for websites to affirmatively scan for copyrighted content – it’s been just about universally lambasted as internet-destroyingly awful – but all signs indicate that t ...…
 
Hey Listeners, welcome to Tech Policy Grind, a project of the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. My name is Emory Roane, and today should be a treat for privacy nerds out there! This is another conversation brought to you from the floor of State of the Net 2019 – an internet policy conference held each year in Washington D.C. This is an interview ...…
 
It's clear at this point that the momentum has shifted in favor of federal privacy bill in the U.S. The question is: What will that bill look like, who will sponsor something both the tech community and advocates can live with, and will it actually happen this year? Joseph Jerome, policy counsel at the Center for Democracy and Technology in Was ...…
 
Listeners! We’re back! Tech Policy Grind has had a long, relaxing (well, not very relaxing) summer… and fall hiatus – but we’re back (and if I’m honest and modest)better than ever, and excited to bring you a batch of new interviews with tech policy nerds, for all you tech policy nerds and aspiring nerds out there. This is Tech Policy Grind, a p ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Mike Shapiro, chief privacy officer of Santa Clara County talks about whether he thinks this is the year for a federal privacy bill, nudged perhaps by the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. He also discusses building a privacy program from the ground up for an entire county, one that comprises so many diffe ...…
 
Six months into his new role as commissioner at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, Rohit Chopra is still settling into his role, but he knows he has at least two priorities going forward: First, is to bring “more enforcement teeth to everything that we do.” Second, though, follows on from the first: “We have to prove to the public that we’re up ...…
 
When Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, started reporting on privacy in 2010, she was digging for enterprise stories that might matter to a nascent field of privacy professionals. Now, there's so much privacy reporting to do that mainstream media have established "privacy beats" and hired reporters to cover them. Here at the IAPP, we're constantly havi ...…
 
A few years back, Zackary Plotkin was grabbing a coffee, as one does. When he went to swipe his credit card, a chief privacy officer who happened to be standing nearby asked him, "Hey, do you know where that data goes?" Thinking about it for a moment, Plotkin realized: No, he didn't. That began Plotkin's early education into privacy and data pr ...…
 
Ask anyone who frequents Defcon, known as a sort of summer camp for hackers, and they'll tell you the attendee roster at the wildly popular white hat event is overwhelmingly male. Rachel Tobac, chair of the board at Women in Security and Privacy, has been going to Defcon to compete in Social Engineering Capture the Flag for the last three years ...…
 
Woodrow Hartzog is law professor at Northeastern University in Boston, and his research focuses on quote “the complex problems that arise when personal information is collected by powerful new technologies, stored and disclosed online.” In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Hartzog discusses discusses the ways that technologies are de ...…
 
What we know about attorney Jay Edelson to date: He loves beach volleyball so much that he had a court installed at his Chicago law firm so he and his crew could blow off steam. The New York Times refers to him as Silicon Valley's "baby faced boogeyman" for his aggressive court takedowns of tech behemoths. And he's got a very firm grasp on the ...…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that the government generally must have a warrant to gather location data from cellphones. The case followed an appeal filed by Timothy Carpenter after he was convicted for a series of armed robberies with help from cellphone data obtained by law enforcement without a warrant. Lawyers representing Carpenter ...…
 
Anyone using the Internet today is surely aware of the viral hate that displays itself everywhere from social media platforms to newspaper comment sections to group chat forums. It's in such forums that marginalized groups face the kind of cyberbullying that surely exists on our streets but seemingly not to the extremes we see when users can hi ...…
 
Hey! You’re listening to Tech Policy Grind, and we want to thank you for joining us on this awesome adventure we’ve been on since launching the show last year. Our release schedule hasn’t always been the tightest, our audio quality hasn’t always been the most polished, but you’ve stuck with us as we covered everything from privacy to artificial ...…
 
In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast's series on robocalls, FTC Attorney Ian Barlow, who's in charge of running the federal do not call list program and bringing cases against illegal robocallers, discusses the FTC's approach to thwarting fraudulent calls.
 
If there's one way to describe Alvaro Bedoya besides hard working, it's that he's passionate. Nowhere is that more evident than in his work on the surveillance of minority populations, a passion fueled by Bedoya's time as chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law. It was during that time that the Snow ...…
 
All right listeners, This is Tech Policy Grind, a show all about the exciting, occassionally inspiring things happening in internet law and policy – My name is Emory and this week, I’m excited because I get to bring you all along with me to Rightscon 2018, one of the coolest things I’ve gotten to do in my professional career so far. Rightscon i ...…
 
The big day has finally arrived. Years of blood (well, maybe not blood), sweat and tears have culminated in this momentous occasion. So how will things change now? In this episode of the podcast, privacy pros who've been working hard to help companies achieve compliance discuss what their lives will look like on May 26: Will they kick off their ...…
 
The Europeans are coming! Hi everyone, welcome to Tech Policy Grind, a show by and about young professionals in the tech law and policy space – today we’re joined by Bijan Madhani – fellow foundry member at the Internet Law and Policy Foundry, Senior policy counsel at CCIA – the Computer & Communications Industry Association – to talk about the ...…
 
In parts one and two of this miniseries for The Privacy Advisor Podcast on the plague that is robocalls, host Angelique Carson examined the problem from the U.S. and U.K. perspectives. In short, the U.S. continues to fight an uphill battle, despite levying heavy fines against offenders, while the U.K. has seen a decline in complaints since it s ...…
 
So, here we are. We’re in that final push to May 25 when the GDPR comes into force. I have to admit to you that I actually, at this point, would love to never use the acronym GDPR ever again. I feel like we’ve written so many stories here at the IAPP and done so many podcasts on the topic that, like you, I’m a little GDPR burned out. But I firs ...…
 
After much delay, a fully-staffed podcast crew talks to Anisha Mangalick about her path from science into law and then everyone tries to explain the basics of blockchain to Joe. Anisha is currently an associate corporate counsel at Zendesk. You can learn more about her here: https://www.anishamangalick.com/…
 
In episode two of The Privacy Advisor Podcast's miniseries on robocalls, Andy Curry, the Information Commissioner's Office's enforcement group manager, discusses how the U.K has worked to thwart illegal robocalls. The UK ICO regulates under the Data Protection Act and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. It has the Telephone P ...…
 
David Reitman is a board-certified adolescent medicine specialist. Marc Groman served as the Senior Advisor for Privacy in the Obama White House. Based on their personal experiences and unique professional expertise, Reitman -- who's a specialist in adolescent medicine, and Groman discuss the challenges of raising children in today's rapidly-ev ...…
 
Robocalls. We've all gotten them. In fact, an estimated 90 billion robocalls are placed in the U.S. alone each day. Approximately 2.5 billion a month. It's the number one complaint the Federal Communications Commission hears, and it's their number one enforcement priority right now. Sometimes, the calls are even scary, claiming you'll be arrest ...…
 
We live! Okay, yes, absolutely, we have been on a bit of a hiatus for the past few weeks – some of those good old fashioned life events kept cropping up. Turns out, 2018 is a busy, exciting year! Go figure! Today, we’re thrilled to bring you an episode with the current president of the Internet Law and Policy Foundry, Patrick Kyhos! Patrick Kyh ...…
 
The ad tech industry is facing a crises of sorts, depending on who you ask. The big deal is that the GDPR, and the ePrivacy Regulation to follow, place importance on transparency and user consent. And to date, those are two things the ad tech industry has been sort of lucky enough to be able to run on without a whole lot of. We’re being tracked ...…
 
Jennifer Baker makes a career out of knowing the nuances of data protection and data privacy. But she's she's not advising clients or writing privacy policies. Rather, as a freelance journalist, reporting on the developments that often guide the decision making of those who do. Baker has spent years developing sources inside European institutio ...…
 
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