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The Privacy Advisor Podcast

Angelique Carson, IAPP Publications Editor

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The Privacy Advisor Podcast
The Privacy Advisor Podcast

The Privacy Advisor Podcast

Angelique Carson, IAPP Publications Editor

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The International Association of Privacy Professionals is the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource, helping practitioners develop and advance their careers and organizations manage and protect their data. More than just a professional association, the IAPP provides a home for privacy professionals around the world to gather, share experiences and enrich their knowledge.Founded in 2000, the IAPP is a not-for-profit association with more than 39,000 members in 100 countries. The IAPP helps define, support and improve the privacy profession through networking, education and certification.This podcast features host Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, editor of The Privacy Advisor, interviewing privacy pros globally about their job struggles and triumphs and everything in between.

Latest Episodes

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: What will happen to cross-border data transfers?

There are so many privacy headlines in the U.S. right now that it almost seems to overshadow developments in the EU. While the privacy profession was, for years, seemingly laser-focused on the General Data Protection Regulation -- deservedly -- the California Consumer Protection Act set a firestorm in 2017 and then later in 2018 when it was passed. But that doesn't mean things are quiet in the EU. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, host Angelique Carson chats with FieldFisher's Phil Lee, CIPP/E, about everything from the future of cross-border data transfers to that yet-to-be-passed ePrivacy Regulation.

31 MIN2 days ago
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: What will happen to cross-border data transfers?

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Industry's take on complying with CCPA

At the IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. conference, it would be hard to argue that the California Consumer Privacy Act wasn't the general topic of conversation everywhere from the keynote stage to breakout sessions to happy hour. From a dressing room offstage at The Cosmopolitan Hotel's Chelsea Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, sat down with Tanya Forsheit of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz to talk about the latest. Forsheit counsels all sorts of companies, big and small and in-between, to help them comply with CCPA. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Forsheit talks about industry's perspective on the latest CCPA amendments, the most difficult part of compliance to date and what she thinks about the bombshell Alastair Mactaggart dropped during this week's conference that he's introducing a CCPA 2.0.

35 MIN2 weeks ago
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Industry's take on complying with CCPA

The Right To Be Forgotten Hits Pop Culture

A surefire way to take the social temperature of a time period is to sample its art. For those who’ve been working in privacy for some time, it’s perhaps slightly surreal to now see aspects of the profession reflected in popular culture. In October, “The Right to Be Forgotten,” by playwright Sharyn Rothstein, will debut at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. It follows the story of a 17-year-old boy seeking to have his past misdeeds forgotten online and the obstacles he faces in doing that. Host Angelique Carson recently got a preview of the play and afterward interviewed director Seema Sueko in this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast.

16 MIN3 weeks ago
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The Right To Be Forgotten Hits Pop Culture

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: The CCPA in its final form

Friday, Sept 6, was the final day for any amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act to be introduced, per California Assembly rules. Lawmakers have since voted on those amendments and we now know what the final version of the CCPA looks like, subject to the signature of California Gov. Gavin Newsom. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Mary Stone Ross, who worked alongside Alastair Mactaggart to craft what we now know as the CCPA, discusses the last amendments to be introduced to the law before the California legislature adjourns today, Sept. 13.

42 MINSEP 14
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: The CCPA in its final form

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Is the FTC's COPPA settlement with Google and YouTube a game-changer?

This week, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced its settlement with Google and its subsidiary YouTube as a historic moment and a "game changer" for enforcement under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Google will pay $170 million and YouTube must implement various changes to the way it manages content creators on its site and the way they treat content geared toward children.It's the largest COPPA settlement ever obtained, but there's been criticism, including from FTC commissioners themselves. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Linnette Attai discusses COPPA enforcement to date and whether this settlement is in fact, as the FTC has touted, a "game changer."

38 MINSEP 6
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Is the FTC's COPPA settlement with Google and YouTube a game-changer?

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Debrief on ePrivacy Regulations, Schrems II

Remember when the GDPR was about to be signed into law and there was all sorts of chatter that the ePrivacy Regulation would soon be passed as well? That was years ago now. So what's happening within the EU government that we still don't have one. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, senior privacy counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum, takes us through the latest. She also discusses what went down in the European Court of Justice earlier this month when it heard the Schrems II case and how that might impact both the Privacy Shield and standard contractual clauses as viable methods for global data transfers.

44 MINJUL 26
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Debrief on ePrivacy Regulations, Schrems II

The Privacy Advisor: CCPA co-author talks this week's amendments

There's no question that the California Consumer Privacy Act has captured the attention of not only the U.S. but its global counterparts as well. What's perhaps even more concerning to companies aiming to comply with the law before it becomes effective in 2020 is the uncertainty surrounding the seemingly endless number of amendments being considered by California's legislature. How do you prepare to comply with a law that's not fully baked? In this episode, co-author of the CCPA ballot initiative, Mary Stone Ross, discusses how the law might differ, in the end, from its initial aims, and the impact industry's lobbying efforts is having on the end result.

42 MINJUL 12
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The Privacy Advisor: CCPA co-author talks this week's amendments

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Kashmir Hill talks privacy reporting, joining NYT

Recently, The New York Times announced it had hired journalist Kashmir Hill to its Business beat. Hill, most recently of Gizmodo, has long covered privacy in a distinct and unique first-person style, often through experimentation of her own with technology products and services. There was the time she tried to quit using the top five technology companies to see what her life would become, or the time she connected her entire home to the Internet of Things. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Hill talks to host Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, about covering the privacy beat and what she hopes to do with it at her new gig.

40 MINJUN 28
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Kashmir Hill talks privacy reporting, joining NYT

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: 100th episode special edition

It's been three years since journalist Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, was directed by her boss to start something called a podcast that could help serve the IAPP membership, allowing them in-depth insights from their peers on how to thrive in the privacy profession and detailed looks at some of the industry's most important news. Since then, The Privacy Advisor Podcast has grown by the thousands in downloads and listeners. To celebrate, in this fun-loving, 100th-episode special anniversary edition, Jay Edelson, a plaintiff's attorney and founder of Edelson PC, aims to give listeners some insight to the woman behind the microphone, grilling Carson on how she approaches interviews on the podcast, the massive shift in the privacy landscape since she started reporting in the space, and why she's so darn out-of-the-loop on pop culture.

52 MINJUN 8
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: 100th episode special edition

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: GDPR year one was 'unprecedented

In this special edition of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, two of the people completely immersed in EU General Data Protection compliance discuss the last year of their lives. Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon describes the last year as "a washing machine stuck on the spin cycle; it’s been an incredible year of change for us as a data protection authority.” And Hogan Lovells’ Eduardo Ustaran calls the year “unprecedented.” The two talk about the ongoing struggles as companies and regulators sort things out, and opine as to whether individuals are genuinely better off as a result of the regulation.

42 MINMAY 29
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The Privacy Advisor Podcast: GDPR year one was 'unprecedented

Latest Episodes

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: What will happen to cross-border data transfers?

There are so many privacy headlines in the U.S. right now that it almost seems to overshadow developments in the EU. While the privacy profession was, for years, seemingly laser-focused on the General Data Protection Regulation -- deservedly -- the California Consumer Protection Act set a firestorm in 2017 and then later in 2018 when it was passed. But that doesn't mean things are quiet in the EU. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, host Angelique Carson chats with FieldFisher's Phil Lee, CIPP/E, about everything from the future of cross-border data transfers to that yet-to-be-passed ePrivacy Regulation.

31 MIN2 days ago
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: What will happen to cross-border data transfers?

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Industry's take on complying with CCPA

At the IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. conference, it would be hard to argue that the California Consumer Privacy Act wasn't the general topic of conversation everywhere from the keynote stage to breakout sessions to happy hour. From a dressing room offstage at The Cosmopolitan Hotel's Chelsea Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, sat down with Tanya Forsheit of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz to talk about the latest. Forsheit counsels all sorts of companies, big and small and in-between, to help them comply with CCPA. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Forsheit talks about industry's perspective on the latest CCPA amendments, the most difficult part of compliance to date and what she thinks about the bombshell Alastair Mactaggart dropped during this week's conference that he's introducing a CCPA 2.0.

35 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Industry's take on complying with CCPA

The Right To Be Forgotten Hits Pop Culture

A surefire way to take the social temperature of a time period is to sample its art. For those who’ve been working in privacy for some time, it’s perhaps slightly surreal to now see aspects of the profession reflected in popular culture. In October, “The Right to Be Forgotten,” by playwright Sharyn Rothstein, will debut at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. It follows the story of a 17-year-old boy seeking to have his past misdeeds forgotten online and the obstacles he faces in doing that. Host Angelique Carson recently got a preview of the play and afterward interviewed director Seema Sueko in this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast.

16 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
The Right To Be Forgotten Hits Pop Culture

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: The CCPA in its final form

Friday, Sept 6, was the final day for any amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act to be introduced, per California Assembly rules. Lawmakers have since voted on those amendments and we now know what the final version of the CCPA looks like, subject to the signature of California Gov. Gavin Newsom. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Mary Stone Ross, who worked alongside Alastair Mactaggart to craft what we now know as the CCPA, discusses the last amendments to be introduced to the law before the California legislature adjourns today, Sept. 13.

42 MINSEP 14
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: The CCPA in its final form

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Is the FTC's COPPA settlement with Google and YouTube a game-changer?

This week, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced its settlement with Google and its subsidiary YouTube as a historic moment and a "game changer" for enforcement under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Google will pay $170 million and YouTube must implement various changes to the way it manages content creators on its site and the way they treat content geared toward children.It's the largest COPPA settlement ever obtained, but there's been criticism, including from FTC commissioners themselves. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Linnette Attai discusses COPPA enforcement to date and whether this settlement is in fact, as the FTC has touted, a "game changer."

38 MINSEP 6
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Is the FTC's COPPA settlement with Google and YouTube a game-changer?

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Debrief on ePrivacy Regulations, Schrems II

Remember when the GDPR was about to be signed into law and there was all sorts of chatter that the ePrivacy Regulation would soon be passed as well? That was years ago now. So what's happening within the EU government that we still don't have one. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, senior privacy counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum, takes us through the latest. She also discusses what went down in the European Court of Justice earlier this month when it heard the Schrems II case and how that might impact both the Privacy Shield and standard contractual clauses as viable methods for global data transfers.

44 MINJUL 26
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Debrief on ePrivacy Regulations, Schrems II

The Privacy Advisor: CCPA co-author talks this week's amendments

There's no question that the California Consumer Privacy Act has captured the attention of not only the U.S. but its global counterparts as well. What's perhaps even more concerning to companies aiming to comply with the law before it becomes effective in 2020 is the uncertainty surrounding the seemingly endless number of amendments being considered by California's legislature. How do you prepare to comply with a law that's not fully baked? In this episode, co-author of the CCPA ballot initiative, Mary Stone Ross, discusses how the law might differ, in the end, from its initial aims, and the impact industry's lobbying efforts is having on the end result.

42 MINJUL 12
Comments
The Privacy Advisor: CCPA co-author talks this week's amendments

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Kashmir Hill talks privacy reporting, joining NYT

Recently, The New York Times announced it had hired journalist Kashmir Hill to its Business beat. Hill, most recently of Gizmodo, has long covered privacy in a distinct and unique first-person style, often through experimentation of her own with technology products and services. There was the time she tried to quit using the top five technology companies to see what her life would become, or the time she connected her entire home to the Internet of Things. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Hill talks to host Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, about covering the privacy beat and what she hopes to do with it at her new gig.

40 MINJUN 28
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Kashmir Hill talks privacy reporting, joining NYT

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: 100th episode special edition

It's been three years since journalist Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, was directed by her boss to start something called a podcast that could help serve the IAPP membership, allowing them in-depth insights from their peers on how to thrive in the privacy profession and detailed looks at some of the industry's most important news. Since then, The Privacy Advisor Podcast has grown by the thousands in downloads and listeners. To celebrate, in this fun-loving, 100th-episode special anniversary edition, Jay Edelson, a plaintiff's attorney and founder of Edelson PC, aims to give listeners some insight to the woman behind the microphone, grilling Carson on how she approaches interviews on the podcast, the massive shift in the privacy landscape since she started reporting in the space, and why she's so darn out-of-the-loop on pop culture.

52 MINJUN 8
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: 100th episode special edition

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: GDPR year one was 'unprecedented

In this special edition of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, two of the people completely immersed in EU General Data Protection compliance discuss the last year of their lives. Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon describes the last year as "a washing machine stuck on the spin cycle; it’s been an incredible year of change for us as a data protection authority.” And Hogan Lovells’ Eduardo Ustaran calls the year “unprecedented.” The two talk about the ongoing struggles as companies and regulators sort things out, and opine as to whether individuals are genuinely better off as a result of the regulation.

42 MINMAY 29
Comments
The Privacy Advisor Podcast: GDPR year one was 'unprecedented