Privacy is like driving a car – lots of rules which change across borders and you need to look both ways before crossing the street. In both the US and EU, the Schrems-II decision on 16 July is a major development in data protection navigation. But we are just at the beginning of understanding all the consequences of the verdict of the EU Court of Justice. Don’t worry – also in the coming weeks, we’ve got you covered. #SeriousPrivacy will keep you posted on important developments and views.
In this episode, Paul Breitbarth and K Royal speak with Professor Dan Solove with the George Washington University Law School, a renowned educator in both privacy and data security legislation, an internationally-known expert and a prolific writer of books and articles on these topics. He certainly has an opinion of what happens next in transatlantic data relations and intra-US with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).
Listen in as we discuss the implications of Schrems-II, the CPRA, privacy legislation and enforcement, and developments in this space. For example, the CPRA now faces opposition from a coalition led by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of California. In addition, we discuss Prof. Solove’s views over the past few decades of the advance of the privacy field and what he hopes to see in the coming years.