Category Archives: Privacy Abbreviated

Privacy For Start-Ups

There are tens of thousands of entrepreneurs in the United States. When getting their business off the ground, often growth, not necessarily privacy, is the primary focus, especially in the technology sector where data is often central to the business. 

In this episode of Priv, our hosts are joined by the Tech Diplomacy Network’s Katharina Koerner and Santa Clara University’s Professor Linsey Krolik to discuss the questions entrepreneurs face when getting their business started, how to ensure privacy is part of any pivots or growth plans, and best practices for navigating the data wants vs the must haves. 

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The Government Purchase of Private Data

As a consumer uses their cell phone or mobile device throughout the day, location data, preference, search, and other seemingly private data is collected by app companies and sold to third-party data brokers. Certain of those third-party data brokers may sell that data to government entities, including law enforcement. 

In this episode of Privacy Abbreviated, professor Matthew Tokson joins our hosts to discuss how this collection and sale of private data may help government agencies circumvent certain legal requirements, such as when location data can’t be acquired without a warrant, and the implications of this circumvention. 

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Online Casinos haben in Deutschland eine stetig wachsende Beliebtheit erlangt und bieten eine vielfältige Palette von Glücksspieloptionen für Spieler. Diese Plattformen ermöglichen es den Nutzern, bequem von zu Hause aus auf eine breite Auswahl an Casinospielen zuzugreifen, darunter Slots, Roulette, Blackjack und mehr.

Ein entscheidender Faktor für die Popularität von Online Casinos in Deutschland ist die Bequemlichkeit des Zugangs. Spieler können ihre Lieblingsspiele jederzeit und überall spielen, ohne physisch ein Casino besuchen zu müssen. Die Verfügbarkeit von mobilen Apps macht das Erlebnis noch zugänglicher und ermöglicht es den Spielern, auch unterwegs zu spielen.

Die meisten Online Casinos Deutschland auf Pizza-da-Alex bieten attraktive Willkommensboni und laufende Promotionen, um neue Spieler anzulocken und die Treue der bestehenden Kunden zu belohnen. Diese Boni können Freispiele, Einzahlungsboni oder andere aufregende Angebote umfassen.

Die Sicherheit und Seriosität der Online Casinos sind von großer Bedeutung. Lizenzierte und regulierte Plattformen gewährleisten faire Spiele und sichere Transaktionen. Spieler sollten darauf achten, dass das von ihnen gewählte Online Casino über eine gültige Lizenz verfügt und verantwortungsbewusstes Spielen fördert.

Insgesamt bieten Online Casinos in Deutschland eine moderne und unterhaltsame Möglichkeit, Glücksspiele zu genießen. Die ständige Weiterentwicklung der Technologie und die zunehmende Vielfalt der Spiele tragen dazu bei, dass diese Plattformen eine bedeutende Rolle im deutschen Glücksspielsektor spielen.

Filling Privacy Gaps with Soft Law Solutions

Emerging technology is innovative, creative, and fun, but it moves faster than the development of the privacy regulations, laws, and formal guidelines that will eventually govern it. In the absence of a comprehensive federal privacy law, companies experimenting and innovating are looking for guidance. Soft law standards and rules of the road can fill the legally binding hard law gaps that exist for emerging tech. 

In this episode of Privacy Abbreviated, our hosts are joined by the Future of Privacy Forum’s Jameson Spivack to discuss how industry-developed standards and best practices can guide policymaking allowing hard law to adopt the lessons learned from soft law. 

For more information about this episode, read the show notes here

Lessons Learned from California on Global Privacy Control

The patchwork of privacy legislation at the state level is challenging, at best, and right now enforcement of CCPA in California is providing many lessons learned for both other states following in California’s footsteps and businesses trying to remain compliant with new, and old, privacy laws. Last year’s landmark Sephora settlement with the California Office of the Attorney General, for example, has led businesses to pay much closer attention to a technology called Global Privacy Control, or GPC, first introduced in 2020. The settlement reminded businesses, in a big way, that they must respect consumer choices.

In this episode, the hosts of Priv are joined by Jeewon Serrato of BakerHostetler, who represented Sephora in this landmark settlement, to break down GPC and outline the lessons learned for businesses.

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Data Privacy Framework (DPF) is Here – Now What?

The Data Privacy Framework (DPF) Program is now in effect, replacing the Privacy Shield Program as the mechanism to allow the safe, seamless transfer of personal data from the EU to the U.S in compliance with EU law. In this special edition episode of Privacy Abbreviated, host Dona Fraser is joined by IAPP’s Cobun Zweifel-Keegan to explain the current landscape of cross-border data transfer privacy, to break down the launch of the DPF Program, what it means for U.S. businesses, and make some predictions about what the road ahead looks like



For more information about this episode, read the show notes here