What does a PhD dissertation, privacy books, the color of orange, and biometric legislation have in common? No, this is not some lame joke, but there is one of those in the episode. This week on Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth and K Royal present one of their back porch / kitchen table conversations. The episode may be slightly messy. It might be slightly longer than you are used to, but a lot of updates are covered since it's been so long since one of these episodes given all the developments in privacy law.
In this episode, Paul and K catch up on various topics, such as those listed above, but also a brief look into some of the upcoming episodes, such as the new law out of Quebec (more on that in the next episode) and the PIPL webinar on November 9, 2021. Be sure to catch that. In addition, please keep in mind that TrustArc has lots of resources for you - most are available on the PIPL microsite https://trustarc.com/china-pipl/.They also discussed K’s brief experience at the IAPP PSR 2021 in San Diego, CCPA developments, and enforcement actions.
Join us for Paul’s reading recommendations for two great books: the first one is part of the Future of Privacy Forum's book club this month - Privacy is Hard and seven other myths by Jaap-Henk Hoepman. The second one is There is a War Going On But No One Can See It by Huib Modderkolk.
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