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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Why CPO job roles should not require a law degree Related reading: EU reaches deal on world's first comprehensive AI regulation




Companies are increasingly expecting prospective chief privacy officers to possess a law degree, former Silicon Valley Bank CPO Ryan Barker, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, writes. He said the evolution of complex jurisdictional privacy laws resulted in the "notion that CPOs must hold law degrees to interpret and comply with these regulations." Ideally, he said in-house counsel should be "providing legal guidance and ensuring legal compliance, while the CPO takes a strategic and operational role in developing and implementing the organization's privacy program."
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