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The Privacy Advisor Podcast | The Privacy Advisor Podcast: On why CaCPA is bad law and suing Kanye West Related reading: The Privacy Advisor Podcast: What Carpenter means for the future of digital surveillance

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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 global privacy and data protection legislative landscape. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Edelson talks about his latest legal pursuits, including a class-action lawsuit against Facebook for alleged violation of biometric privacy law, and another against Kanye West over alleged consumer privacy violations via his music streaming service, Tidal. Edelson also discusses why he thinks the new California Consumer Privacy Act is no good. 

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  • comment Amalia Barthel • Aug 10, 2018
    Hi Angelique, after minute 8:04 - there is silence.....I can't hear anything anymore. After you say "the fact checking proved some of that...." /
  • comment Vickie Miller • Aug 10, 2018
    Same comment here, audio drops at 8:01
  • comment Angelique Carson • Aug 13, 2018
    Thanks for this notification, the glitch has been fixed! Apologies for the trouble.