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.

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

Head to South America to see what is happening in privacy – José Alejandro Bermúdez joins to share about data protection laws in Latin America.

On January 1st, 2023, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will go into effect, expanding on the current CCPA.

Philosophies about privacy, new professionals moving into privacy: what courses to take or skills to have, and how experienced professionals transition into privacy.

The CPRA significantly increases the data privacy requirements for those doing business in California. See how CPRA compares to the CCPA and GDPR.

What is the outlook for the current proposed U.S. federal data privacy law? And a CISO goes to trial on personal liability for non-disclosure of a data breach.

Global privacy laws bloom one after the other: first the European GDPR, then the Brazilian LGPD, and now the Chinese PIPL.