Experts discuss the political events surrounding the EU-US data transfer mechanism intended to replace the Privacy Shield, invalidated under Schrems II back in 2020, and the UK-US joint statement on adequacy consideration.

Cross-border data transfer restrictions can have a significant business impact. As companies continue to rely on the ability to access and share data, …

Debbie Reynolds, Gabe Gumbs, and Cameron Ivey join our hosts to combine 3 privacy podcasts for an episode!

On July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice for the European Union decided the Schrems II case (officially: Case C-3-11/18 Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Limited and Maximillian Screms). The outcome was that the EU-US Privacy Shield was invalidated, and any contractual safeguard mechanism used to transfer personal data out of the European Union – not just those relying […]

Know the difference between backups and archives and insights on how backups relate to privacy.

Will digital advertising take advantage of blockchain to help people make some money in return for their data?

What’s up with Connecticut, Roe v. Wade, and thousands of websites with leaky data and forms?

Victoria Beckman of Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit, breaks down a special report on cyberwarfare being conducted in Ukraine by Russia.

Paul Breitbarth and Dr. K Royal connect with two of the biggest names in the privacy field, Chris Babel, the CEO of TrustArc and Hilary Wandall, Chief Compliance Officer at Dun and Bradstreet.

In July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated the Privacy Shield agreement between the European Union and the United States because it did not offer protection essentially equivalent…

We live in strange times that often remind us how important it is to live our lives in freedom and to enjoy our fundamental rights. This week on Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth and K Royal talk about the war in Ukraine, but also about a lot of data protection related developments around the world. Topics include the new privacy law that is awaiting the […]

With the rise of big data, companies now obtain and store many data in massive quantities. As a result, they end up having giant repositories of unused data stored in their servers, also called data graveyards.