The AI wave is here to stay. Regulators, organizations and consumers are all dealing with the acceleration of AI adoption.

Google announced it will phase out the use of third-party cookies on Chrome in 2024. Since Chrome has a market share of 65% of browser users, this practice will affect most businesses and cookie marketing.

What are deceptive patterns in consent and data privacy? Review the five common dark patterns that violate regulations or cost businesses consumer trust.

What’s important about the Meta penalty, and the IAB Trust and Consent Framework 2.0? Dr. K Royal and Ralph O’Brien discuss in this week’s episode of Serious Privacy.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used to make decisions that impact individuals and society as a whole. As the use of AI continues to grow, there is a need to establish guidelines and regulations.

It’s no secret that consumers are more skeptical than ever before of how organizations are using their personal data…

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) takes effect on January 1st, 2023.

Using our Global Privacy Benchmark Survey, we’ve analyzed what sets an organization’s privacy program effectiveness apart.

Author Glyn Moody joins the show to discuss mass surveillance despite privacy in pursuit of copyright enforcement.

Hear all about the right to be forgotten and its impact on local journalism in the latest Serious Privacy podcast episode, Pressing Matters to be Forgotten.

Consent and preferences enable brands to take customer relationships to new levels of customization and trust.

Post-2020, the rise of social media platforms and third-party cookies tracking users across the internet generated massive volumes…