PRIVACY + SECURITY BLOG

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Cartoon: GDPR Lawful Basis

This cartoon is about the GDPR’s lawful basis requirement to process personal data. One of the biggest differences between U.S. and EU privacy law is that in the U.S., organizations can collect and use personal data in nearly any way they choose as long as they state what they are doing in their privacy notice […]

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Profiling and the GDPR: An interview with Mark Singer and Raf Sanchez

I had the opportunity to interview Mark Singer and Raf Sanchez, both at Beazley, about the issue of profiling and the GDPR. Mark Singer is a member of the Cyber & Executive Risk Group at Beazley. Mark handles insurance coverage issues arising out of cybersecurity, technology errors and omissions, data privacy, intellectual property, media and advertising liabilities. Raf […]

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Cartoon: GDPR Data Portability

This cartoon is about the GDPR’s right to data portability under Article 20.  This right allows data subjects to take their data from one organization and transfer it easily to other organizations. Pursuant to the GDPR Article 20: 1. The data subject shall have the right to receive the personal data concerning him or her, […]

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Cartoon: GDPR Superhero

For global organizations as well as organizations in the EU, the GDPR has brought significant attention and resources to privacy.  Finally, many executives are beginning to take privacy seriously.  As I recently wrote in my article, Prime Time for Privacy, at Bloomberg Law: The GDPR has taken privacy to the next level. Before the GDPR, nothing […]

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Cartoon: GDPR Change in Privacy Notices

In the past few weeks, with enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) beginning on May 25, countless organizations launched emails and pop up notices about changes in their privacy notices in light of GDPR.  This cartoon pokes a little fun at the blizzard of changed privacy notice notices. […]

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