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Brazil’s LGPD: Its Sudden Jolt to Life and Its Key Requirements

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In a surprising turn of events, the LGPD–Brazil’s new privacy law–went from an expected delayed implementation to being fully active.  The twists and turns of the LGPD’s jolt to life make one’s head spin.  It was originally scheduled to become active on August 16 of this year, but then delayed until May 2021 due to […]

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Developing a Multi-Jurisdictional Approach to Privacy Laws — An Interview with K Royal

Global Privacy Law

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 […]

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Please Join Us at the International Privacy and Security Forum (April 3-5, 2019)

International Privacy and Security Forum

I hope that you can join us for the International Privacy+Security Forum (April 3-5, 2019 in Washington, DC). The International Privacy+Security Forum is an annual sister event to the Privacy+Security Forum, an annual event held in October at George Washington University in Washington, DC.  The Int’l Forum event focuses on privacy and security laws from […]

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Cartoon: GDPR Compliance

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Organizations are racing to get ready for the GDPR implementation date of May 25, 2018.  Complete GDPR compliance in a few months is likely not feasible for many organizations, but this shouldn’t mean that these organizations should give up.  Making a good-faith effort and continuing to strive to improve are quite worthwhile. […]

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Cartoon: GDPR Right to Be Forgotten

Cartoon GDPR Right to Be Forgotten - TeachPrivacy GDPR Training

The GDPR Article 17 provides for a right to erasure — commonly known as the “right to be forgotten.”  Data subjects may request that an organization erase their personal data “without undue delay” under a number of circumstances.  These circumstances include when the data is no longer relevant to the purposes of collection, when consent […]

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