The IAPP rolled out improvements to the recertification policy and process in an effort to simplify and streamline the certification maintenance. In this video, the IAPP explains important updates to the continuing privacy education credits that make it easier for users to manage. It also introduces CPE Central, a searchable, filterable database of all CPE-eligible IAPP content to help identify opportunities.
OneTrust brings us the top news of the last week in the privacy industry, including the U.S. Federal Trade Commission negotiating a multibillion-dollar fine with Facebook over privacy practices and EU lawmakers reaching an informal agreement to provide law enforcement improved access to financial information.
OneTrust brings us the top news of the last week in the privacy industry, including Microsoft backing a facial-recognition bill in Washington state and a new consumer privacy bill in Massachusetts.
OneTrust brings us the top news of the last week in the privacy industry, including the uncertainty surrounding personal data transfers between the U.K. and EU with no Brexit deal in place and Silicon Valley continuing to lobby for a U.S. federal privacy law.
The IAPP is in the midst of its Data Privacy Day celebration, and privacy professionals will continue to do so in Privacy After Hours events around the world. In honor of Data Privacy Day, IAPP Content Director Sam Pfeifle sat down with IAPP DPO and Research Director Rita Heimes, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, to discuss how she plans to celebrate the big day. Heimes and Pfeifle discuss the expectations of working as the “privacy pro at the privacy pro association,” the benefits of interactions with alert members, and working with the dedicated staff of the IAPP.
Speaking before the audience at the recent IAPP Data Protection Congress in Brussels, keynoter Woody Hartzog made a challenging assertion: "Control is the wrong goal for privacy by design, perhaps the wrong goal for data protection in general." But isn't control a central tenet of good privacy? It sure is. But it shouldn't be, the author of "Privacy’s Blueprint: The Battle to Control the Design of New Technologies" argued. While everyone emphasizes "control" of personal data as core to privacy, too much zeal for control dilutes efforts to design information tech correctly. This idealized idea of control is impossible. Control is illusory. It's a shell game. It's mediated and engineered to produce a particular control. Design is everything.
Sure, there have been warnings about "Minority Report" becoming reality for years, but, well, ethicist Nita Farahany, says there's actually tech coming down the pike that can "decode your brain activity and reveal what you're thinking and feeling." What happens for privacy then? In this new Ted Talk, Farahany explores the questions and potential answers that arise when we don't even have the ability to hide our most private thoughts.
OneTrust brings us the top news of the last week in the privacy industry, including the Australian Parliament passing a bill requiring tech companies to assist law enforcement in some criminal investigations and a new EU regulation going into effect that removes unjustified geo-blocking.
OneTrust brings us the top news of the last week in the privacy industry, including the DPAs of Belgium and France releasing enforcement reports from the first six months of the GDPR and reports of the Chinese government using local laws to obtain geolocation data of electric cars.
In this video for the Council of Europe Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law, Alexander Seger, head of cybercrime division at the Council of Europe, speaks about the new Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime (Budapest Convention), which adds enhanced international cooperation and access to evidence in the cloud. Addressing expectations for the new protocol, Seger said, “Governments have the positive obligation to protect the individuals and their rights in cyberspace.”