The privacy community hasn’t been immune to the adverse effects of COVID-19; some have found themselves laid off due to pandemic-related budget cuts. Such bold moves in an era when privacy is thought to be vital may give off a perception of a decreasing value in privacy. Further analysis has proven otherwise, even suggesting privacy is gaining more notice and importance during these unparalleled times. In a piece for The Privacy Advisor, IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball explores privacy’s staying power and the opportunities that lie ahead for those embracing it.
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