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Episode Show Notes: The Future of EU-U.S. Data Transfers



00:00 – In episode four of  Privacy Abbreviated, hosts Rebecca Knight, Policy Council for Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs, and Catherine Dawson, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer of Osano, sit down to discuss The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield frameworks 

01:30 – In this episode, they are joined by guest Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, managing director of the Washington DC office of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). IAPP is a resource for professionals who want to develop and advance their careers by helping their organizations successfully manage these risks and protect their data. In fact, they’re the world’s largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community. 

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The Future of EU-U.S. Data Transfers



On October 7, the negotiations between the U.S. and European Commission regarding the future of the data privacy frameworks behind the Privacy Shield program were completed with the release of a Presidential Executive Order, passing the baton to the EU for the start of their adequacy process. Finally, after two years of limbo, the 5,000 businesses that rely on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework got some insight into what steps the United States will take to uphold its commitment under a new EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.

In this episode of Privacy Abbreviated, host Catherine Dawson and guest host Rebecca Knight are joined by Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, managing director of the Washington, DC office of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) to break down this recent executive order, what comes next, and what this all means for businesses.

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Episode Show Notes: The Metaverse Will Blur the Lines Between Physical and Online Privacy



0:00-0:40 In episode three of Privacy Abbreviated, hosts Dona Fraser, Senior Vice President of Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs, and Catherine Dawson, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer of Osano, sit down to discuss the privacy concerns of the metaverse.

0:41-1:57 This episode features Tracy Shapiro, a partner at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, and Rosati. Tracy has been with the firm in their privacy group for nearly a decade. Her role is to advise companies on how they can process consumer data. She also works with clients to spot red flags in project launches and help them with compliance issues and privacy laws.

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The Metaverse Will Blur the Lines Between Physical and Online Privacy



The metaverse is still a bit of a mystery. Though it will soon begin to integrate physical and virtual worlds, no one has the answers as to exactly what that merge will look like.

On this episode of Privacy Abbreviated, hosts Dona and Catherine are joined by Tracy Shapiro, a privacy expert, and partner at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, & Rosati. Together, they discuss the many questions related to how virtual reality will force privacy standards to evolve in the coming years. Though no one has concrete answers yet, Tracy offers her predictions on the most likely outcomes.

Listen now to learn what to expect in the metaverse. Will you have more privacy or less?

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Episode Show Notes: The Good, the Bad, and the Grey of Targeted Advertising



Show Notes: The Good, the Bad, and the Grey of Targeted Advertising

 

00:00 – In episode two of Privacy Abbreviated, hosts Dona Fraser, Senior Vice President of Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs, and Catherine Dawson, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer of Osano, walk listeners through how to target responsibly. Some consumers love the personalization it delivers to their social media feeds, while others are concerned that it’s an invasion of privacy. With their guest, they discuss how to use targeted advertising responsibly, using data to track consumers and display ads for products they have previously shown interest in, and how marketers should prepare for the American Data Protection and Privacy Act.

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