Here are some of highlights of my privacy training, writing, resources, and humor from 2019.
My CCPA FAQ covers all the key details of the California Consumer Protection Act.
This chart, created by Maggie Gloeckle, links CCPA provisions to the corresponding sections of the draft CCPA regulation.
This guide discusses the CCPA’s training requirements and make recommendations for how organizations can meet these requirements.
The CCPA summarized in just 1 page!
Paul Schwartz posted our essay along with the black letter text of the ALI Principles of the Law, Data Privacy. The piece, which is available for free on SSRN, is called: ALI Data Privacy: Overview and Black Letter Text. This project is an attempt to create a comprehensive approach to data privacy for the United States and aims to provide a blueprint for policymakers to regulate privacy comprehensively and effectively.
In May, Paul Schwartz released a new edition of our short guide to privacy law. This edition is designed to be a quick reference to privacy law and includes essential cases, regulations, statute and other notable developments.
In November, I organized a group of legal academics and practitioners in the field of privacy law to send a letter to the deans of all US law schools about the importance of privacy law education in law school.
I created the above infographic in May to catalog the various elements that privacy laws often have.
Over at Lawfare, I have an essay co-authored by Chris Hoofnagle and Woodrow Hartzog called The FTC Can Rise to the Privacy Challenge, but Not Without Help From Congress. This piece is also posted at the Brooking Institution’s TechTank.
Available in 2 versions, my new CCPA course covers all of the requirements and obligations under the new law.
- Extensive CCPA Training Version (about 15 minutes long with 5 quiz questions)
- Condensed CCPA Training Version (about 10 minutes long with 4 quiz questions)
This program (~5.5 mins) is an interactive whiteboard that summarizes the CCPA succinctly.
This short CCPA add on (~2 min) is designed to be inserted into our longer privacy awareness courses to cover areas where the CCPA diverges from the GDPR and other privacy laws.
I released a series of courses related to privacy concerns in marketing early in the year.
I also started offering a series of three courses on the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules. The series provides a foundational understanding of HIPAA. Professionals who successfully complete all three courses in the series receive a certificate in HIPAA. Each course may be purchased separately.
I started bundling my courses and resources into topic-specific packages as well.
Here are a few of my writings specific to HIPAA from 2019:
Here is a sampling of some of my humor and cartoons from the past year:
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This post was authored by Professor Daniel J. Solove, who through TeachPrivacy develops computer-based privacy and data security training. He also posts at his blog at LinkedIn, which has more than 1 million followers.
Professor Solove is the organizer, along with Paul Schwartz, of the annual Privacy + Security Forum events.
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