Here is a round-up of my cartoons from 2021. Nothing to Hide Implantable Devices and Privacy
This cartoon depicts the challenges of complying with GDPR’s requirements for vendor management. Under the GDPR, there are serious responsibilities when using a vendor to process personal data. Broadly, there are three things that data controllers must do: 1. Data controllers must perform due diligence in selecting vendors and that are complaint with GDPR. […]
This post is a reprise of a post I wrote many years ago that has remained popular. I thought I’d repost it now, during exam grading season, to help professors who want to learn the science and art of grading exams. It’s that time of year again. Students have taken their finals, and now […]
This cartoon is about snooping, one of the most common HIPAA violations. HIPAA prohibits accessing information that people don’t need to do their jobs. It can be easy to look at electronic medical records, and people who snoop in this way might not perceive it as wrong. But the cartoon invites people to imagine how […]
This cartoon depicts the way many people perceive HIPAA training. But it doesn’t have to be this way. When most people hear HIPAA training they prepare themselves to slog through a boring lecture filled with tedious legalese. Many have been subjected to hours of training that is overly technical, not useful for their jobs and not even […]
Here’s a cartoon on HIPAA and social media use to jump start your week. You can’t think enough about HIPAA these days. HIPAA audits are back, and OCR is having a vigorous enforcement year this year, something I plan to post about soon.
It’s Data Privacy Day — January 28, 2016 — and to celebrate, here’s a cartoon I created about the Internet of Things.
Professor Woodrow Hartzog and I have just published our new article, The Ultimate Unifying Approach to Complying with All Laws and Regulations, 19 Green Bag 2d 223 (2016). Our article took years of research and analysis, intensive writing, countless drafts, and endless laboring over every word. But we hope we achieved a monumental breakthrough in the […]
I’ve been going through my blog posts from 2015 to find the ones I most want to highlight. Here are some selected humor posts about privacy and security: The Funniest Hacker Stock Photos
Jeff Jarvis has this humorous piece about the FTC vs. Santa: