Greetings from Portsmouth, New Hampshire!
Having spent many hours on flights from the East Coast of the U.S. to various parts of Asia, I can say I fully appreciate just how big the Asia-Pacific region is. While Singapore might represent a "central hub" of some kind, it's still not particularly close to lots of important places.
That's why we took the step of recording much of the content from our recent IAPP Asia Privacy Forum. If you couldn't come to the conference, at least we can bring some of the conference to you.
We tried to focus on those sessions that would have some staying power: understanding blockchain, complying with Japan's new privacy law, privacy by design. And, of course, the EU General Data Protection Regulation and how to understand it in the context of Asia-Pacific privacy operations.
The best news: These videos are free for members. Feel free to explore what's in the IAPP on-demand videos section of the store here.
Further, as you're watching, why not consider putting in a proposal for the 2019 event? Yet again, we'll be in Singapore in July, and we're already starting to shape the big picture of the program. If you want to submit a panel idea, use our call for proposals portal here.
Judging by the volume of news below this week — and every week — there will certainly be no shortage of things to talk about.
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