by Daniel J. Solove Are privacy and security laws being enforced effectively? This post is post #3 of a series called Enforcing Privacy and Security Laws.
Category: EU Data Protection Directive
Posts about the EU Data Protection Directive by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
What Is Sensitive Data? Different Definitions in Privacy Law
by Daniel J. Solove I was corresponding with K. Royal the other day, as she was graciously providing some feedback on a training program I created, and we got to talking about sensitive data. In their privacy laws, many countries designate a special category of data called “sensitive data” that receives especially stringent protections. The […]
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If you are interested in privacy and data security issues, there are many great ways Professor Solove can help you stay informed: Professor Solove’s LinkedIn Influencer blog You can follow Professor Solove on his blog at LinkedIn, where he is an “LinkedIn Influencer.” He blogs about various privacy and data security issues. His blog has […]
Is the Right to Be Forgotten Good or Bad? This Is the Wrong Question
by Daniel J. Solove Is the right to be forgotten good or bad? This is the question many are asking these days in light of the recent EU Court of Justice (ECJ) decision that requires search engines such as Google to remove personal data from search results when people request it. (For more background, I […]
New Privacy Training Programs: US, EU, and Global Privacy Law
by Daniel J. Solove We have launched several new privacy training programs, including a series with brief introductions to privacy law. We have completed a privacy training program about US Privacy Law with a video and interactive material / quiz questions. And we just completed a training program about EU Privacy Law. This program has […]