On 28 January 1981, the Council of Europe opened up the Convention 108, the world’s first globally binding instrument on the protection of personal data. Since 2007, the privacy community celebrates International Data Protection Day (Data Privacy Day). For #SeriousPrivacy, it is our season launch.
K Royal and Paul Breitbarth talk about many of the recent developments in data protection and we play a new game: Privia Pursuit. Let us know if you think it has potential. Join them for a broad discussion that involves TrustArc’s Webinar on India, Saudi Arabia data protection legislation, China’s PIPL, Quebec Bill 64 ( Serious Privacy episode with Constantine Karbaliotis and Jennifer Stoddart), US state laws (please see TrustArc’s paper on US State legislation), and Google analytics (see Dutch DPA’s Google Analytics guidance (in Dutch), Austria DPA’s Google Analytics decision, EDPS Google Analytics decision, Guernsey DPA, and Danish DPA). We also touch on the Dutch class action that was thrown out, and the cyber attack on the ICRC.
It’s not all work - we also include the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague, Disney’s Encanto, and Paul’s paper on a Risk-based Approach to International Data Transfers in the European Data Protection Law Review.
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