A strong theme of the IAPP's recent Privacy. Security. Risk conference seemed to be empathy, a reminder to privacy pros that while sometimes the job can seem faceless and revolve around data and digits, human beings are affected by the decisions we make, the algorithms we use, and the ethics we employ in real ways. That was evident in Monica Lewinsky's keynote, for sure. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, IAPP Publications Team members Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, Sam Pfeifle and Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, recap some of last week's takeaways, including the way in which the tech community is rising up to support the privacy profession, the future of driverless cars, and what we learned as a staff about what works and doesn't work at our annual conferences.
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