In this episode of Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth of Catawiki and Dr. K Royal of Outschool discuss some of the hottest privacy news - spanning the Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal by FTC Commissioner Christine Wilson (R) who has indicated her intention to resign to the Netherlands’ outlawing social media posts to the mounting opposition to the EU-US Data Protection Framework (the Thingy”). Paul put it very well in this IAPP article "With the EPDB's opinion on the framework weeks away, I think the Parliament's resolution is very timely, and might also influence the (data protection authorities') debate on whether or not the framework is indeed essentially equivalent." Maastricht University European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity Senior Visiting Fellow Paul Breitbarth said. "I have no doubt it is a big step in the right direction, but I'm not convinced it is enough." We also touched lightly on an order against Meta and their law firm related to the Cambridge Analytica
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