Over at Bloomberg Law, I have a short essay entitled Prime Time for Privacy. From the essay: The GDPR is a tremendous step forward for the privacy profession, but the maturity of the profession is what makes GDPR compliance possible. The privacy profession serves a profound societal role. This is the profession that will help shape […]
My cartoon depicts the discrepancy in the security and privacy budgets at many organizations. Of course, the cartoon is an exaggeration. In an IAPP survey of Chief Privacy Officers at Fortune 1000 companies in 2014, privacy budgets were nearly half of what security budgets were. That’s actually better for privacy than many might expect. […]
I created this cartoon to illustrate the fact that despite the increasing risk that privacy violations pose to an organization, many organizations are not increasing the funding and resources devoted to privacy. More work gets thrown onto the shoulders of under-resourced privacy departments. It is time that the C-Suite (upper management) wakes up to the […]
Fellowships can be a great way to kick start a career in privacy law. I have added new fellowships the list I published in February 2016, as well as updated deadlines and other relevant information. Click here to see the fully updated list of privacy fellowships. If you know of others I should add, please email me.
The privacy law profession is growing tremendously, but there is a challenge that we’re facing, one that I’d like to enlist your help in addressing – the bottleneck problem. There is a huge bottleneck at the entry point to the field. So I am calling on organizations to address this bottleneck by offering fellowships to […]
One way to enter the privacy profession is to do a fellowship, and fortunately, an increasing number of fellowship opportunities are emerging. I have written about the challenges of breaking in to the privacy law profession, especially the challenges that recent law school graduates will face. There are no established career paths in this field […]
I’ve been going through my blog posts from 2015 to find the ones I most want to highlight. Here are some selected posts on privacy issues: I. PHILOSOPHICAL Privacy by Design: 4 Key Points What Is Privacy? II. PRIVACY LAW Why All Law Schools Should Teach Privacy Law — and Why Many Don’t
Last week, the EU issued the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a long-awaited comprehensive privacy regulation that will govern all 28 EU member countries. Clocking in at more than 200 pages, this is quite a document to digest. According to the European Commission press release: “The regulation will establish one single set of rules which […]
by Daniel J. Solove The IAPP recently released a report on the salaries of privacy professionals, and the findings are quite interesting. According to the results:
By Daniel J. Solove and Paul M. Schwartz This post is co-authored with Professor Paul M. Schwartz. This post is part of a post series where we round up some of the interesting news and resources we’re finding. For a PDF version of this post, and for archived issues of previous posts, click here.