I recently had a terrific discussion with Prof. Nikolaus Forgó from the University of Vienna. We talked about my two recent paper — on informed consent and on sensitive data. You can watch the interview on YouTube above. Both articles are available for free download below.
Category: GDPR Compliance
Posts about GDPR Compliance by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
Cartoon: Multi-Jurisdictional Privacy Law Compliance
This cartoon depicts the challenges of multi-jurisdictional privacy law compliance. In 2018, organizations scrambled to comply with the GDPR. In 2019, businesses are scrambling to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). And, there will be a new referendum on privacy law in California next year — CCPA 2.0. There’s a flurry of legislative […]
Developing a Multi-Jurisdictional Approach to Privacy Laws — An Interview with K Royal
I’m thrilled to interview K Royal, Senior Director, Western Region, Privacy, at TrustArc. K has had a long career in privacy law, having served as privacy counsel for several companies. She’s also an adjunct professor at Arizona State University. Prof Solove: What is the need for a multi-jurisdictional approach to privacy laws? K Royal: With the European […]
Cartoon: Cookies and the GDPR
This cartoon depicts how, after the GDPR, countless websites have cookie notices and require agreeing to accept cookies. I find these cookie notices to be form over substance. These notices are virtually meaningless and don’t help consumers. They are a nuisance. They give privacy a bad name because people start to think that privacy is […]
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 […]
Cartoon: Data Subject Access Requests Under the CCPA and GDPR
This cartoon is about data subject access requests (DSARs) — sometimes called “subject access requests” (SARs). The GDPR Article 15 provides for DSARs. The new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides individuals with a right to learn about the personal data collected and shared about them over the past 12 months. For more background about […]
Locating Personal Data and Tracking Privacy Rights: An Interview with Dimitri Sirota
One of the biggest challenges for organizations is locating all the personal data they have. This task must be done, however, to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other privacy laws. Moreover, the GDPR and the new California Consumer Privacy Act provide that individuals have rights regarding their data. These rights often […]
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, […]
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 […]
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.