Hosts discuss the newly enacted Washington My Health, My Data law that passed by both houses quickly and has taken the US privacy law world by storm. Discover the strengths and concerns around this act – and what your business may need to know.

EU & US firms awaited a Privacy Shield adequacy decision under US-EU Data Transfer Framework Executive Order.

The update to the UK GDPR, now called the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill, was introduced, and Paul, K, and Ralph O’Brien discussed what the bill entails. Claire Archibald also joins to share some of the consequences of the bill.

Paul and Dr. K Royal chatted with Amy Worley about the CCPA enforcement letters sent out by the California Attorney General’s office on the do not sell/share my data requirement of the CCPA (as amended by the CPRA).

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

In light of Data Privacy Day, we at TrustArc feel it’s important to provide support to privacy leaders worldwide.

What’s missing from the draft adequacy decision for the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework?

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

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is coming fast and even companies currently complying with CCPA will face new challenges.

Today, growing an organization through Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) has become a popular business practice.

The Data Governance Act should make it easier to share personal data. What it all entails and what consent has got to do with it, we discuss with Yannick in this episode.

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.