This week on Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth and K Royal, connect with Wayne Unger, a recent law school graduate, that is already very much embedded in the privacy profession. As a non-traditional student, Wayne was an experienced professional and quickly dove into the academic side of privacy with the intent to combine the scholarship and practical side of privacy.
Wayne has authored three law journal articles, two of which are published and one is scheduled – going through a rewrite currently as he will discuss why during the conversation. The two published ones are:
- Katz and Covid-19 How a Pandemic Changed the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Expectation of Privacy in the Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal and
- Reclaiming our Right to Privacy by Holding Tech Companies Accountable in the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology.
Join us as we explore what brought Wayne to privacy, interdisciplinary technologies and cross-functional approaches to privacy. We also discuss credit scores, supply chains (along with a possible new venture), and the public’s awareness of privacy increasing – including the veracity of claims to anonymized data given the possibilities of re-identification. This week’s episode can be heard on our website or streamed below.