Here’s a new cartoon on technology, privacy, and manipulation. Enjoy!
Posts containing Cartoons by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
Cartoon: Data Privacy Day
A cartoon for Data Privacy Day. In the US, it’s now a week; in the EU, it’s still called Data Privacy Day. I think the cartoon is funnier as a Data Privacy Day cartoon. I also have a cartoon for last year.
Cartoon: Santa Bankrupt Database
Here’s a privacy cartoon for the holidays.
Cartoon: Privacy Law Frankenstein
Here’s my new Halloween cartoon. It captures the many different privacy laws that organizations must follow. I’m curious to know the various combinations of privacy laws that various organizations must deal with. Please take my super short survey below. Thanks!
Cartoon: Machine Learning – We Have All Your Data
Here’s my latest cartoon – on machine learning and the use of data in marketing.
Cartoon – Phishing Emails
This cartoon involves a common phishing scam – the inheritance email. For decades, phishers have been sending out the same email scams. One would think that after a while, people would learn about the common scams, and they wouldn’t work anymore. Unfortunately, people keep falling for the same scams over and over again. Even a […]
Cartoon: Data Privacy Week
I created this cartoon to celebrate Data Privacy Week, which used to be Data Privacy Day. Despite my poking fun, I think that Data Privacy Week is a great thing, though I wish as much attention were paid to privacy during the rest of the year!
2021 Highlights: Humor
Here is a round-up of my cartoons from 2021. Nothing to Hide Implantable Devices and Privacy
Cartoon: Nothing to Hide
Here’s a cartoon about the nothing-to-hide argument. One of the most common arguments of those unconcerned about government surveillance or privacy invasions is “I’ve got nothing to hide.” I wrote a book addressing this argument and other faulty arguments made in the debate about privacy versus security. Recently, I posted the full text of my […]
Cartoon: Implantable Devices and Privacy
This cartoon is about implantable devices and privacy. Increasingly devices require subscriptions, and there is tremendous lock in, as the devices can only work with a particular company’s services. Implantable devices up the ante – a person could be locked in for life. The law must address lock in with more than data portability. When […]