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The Privacy Advisor | The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Sharon Anolik talks being tapped by HBO for Silicon Valley Related reading: Podcast: José Alejandro Bermudez on what's happening in Latin America

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In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Sharon Anolik, CIPP/US, discusses her longtime career as a privacy professional. Now the owner of her own consulting company, Privacy Panacea, she spent her early days navigating the uncertainty surrounding Y2K as deputy attorney for the city of San Francisco. Since that time, she's held CPO positions at companies like Ask Jeeves and Blue Cross. Anolik spends most of her time these days helping companies with mergers and acquisitions. She tells Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, abut how important data as an asset has become in negotiating those deals, and she discusses a recent career high: When she got a call from HBO that they wanted her to consult with the company on an upcoming storyline involving privacy for the network's hit show, "Silicon Valley." The show recently aired, and Anolik said screening it and seeing what of her advice the show incorporated was thrilling. 

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  • comment Douglas Brent • May 12, 2017
    I've been enjoying the new season of "Silicon Valley" and marvel at the writers' ability to come up with new plotlines that keep the series intersting.  The recent episode where the prospect of rigid FTC privacy enforcement due to a COPPA violation made me wonder who came up with that topic.  Now I know.