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  • An Interview With the Executive Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

    30 Jun 2016

    Jim Dempsey, Executive Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology and member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, former Vice President for Public Policy with the Center for Democracy and Technology, former Deputy Director of the Center for National Security Studies and former Assistant Counsel on the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, discusses the need for today’s attorneys to be conversant in technology; what general counsel need to worry about when they are informed of a potential breach; trans-border issues when two (or more) countries have legitimate claims to data and how the law is going to keep up with the challenges of the Internet of Things and privacy.

  • An Interview With the Policy Compliance Director at Yahoo!

    22 Jun 2016

    Malita Barkataki, Policy Compliance Director at Yahoo!, looks at how having a strong privacy program is an absolute selling point for a company in the technology sector.  Also discussed in the podcast is how you can’t have privacy without security, how privacy considerations are built into Yahoo!’s products at the outset, achieving “positive sum” privacy and how the European privacy discussion differs from the US.

  • An Interview With the Senior Director of Identity, Salesforce

    7 Jun 2016

    Ian Glazer, Senior Director of Identity, Salesforce, looks at how identity management helps answer the question as to who has access to what data and how to think about the flow of a customer’s information. As Ian describes it, if privacy is the “steak,” then identity management is “the seasoning” so the best job an identity professional can do is when you don’t know they’re there.

  • An Interview With the General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer for Sensity Systems

    1 Jun 2016

    Scott Shipman is the current General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer for Sensity Systems, after spending 17 years at Ebay.  He discusses how cities and localities can reduce traffic and improve safety with analytics and technology, how European and US cities respond differently to municipal privacy concerns, and educating people that technology can help to reduce privacy concerns.

  • An Interview With the Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel at AutoDesk and Founder of The Privacy Guru

    23 May 2016

    Alexandra Ross, Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel at AutoDesk and founder of the blog, The Privacy Guru, looks at the privacy issues the company faces as it moves from a desktop software model to a cloud-based subscription model.  She also discusses a customer’s expectations in the definition of “personal information,” translating the legal requirements into business requirements of the new EU GDPR and how privacy will continue to be a major compliance function.

  • An Interview With the Senior Vice President of Enterprise Compliance at Thomson Reuters

    16 May 2016

    Jane Reeves, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Compliance at Thomson Reuters discusses the thorniest issues in privacy and security – the challenges in meeting expectations of regulators, clients and the more than 50,000 employees of a global information solutions company; forging strong relationships with other “advocates for privacy” within an organization; the philosophical underpinnings of privacy and security and the effect of the EU General Data Protection Regulation on cross-border transfers.

  • An Interview With the CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum

    9 May 2016

    Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), finds the sweet spot between corporate data, personal privacy and innovation. Topics discussed during this podcast include the once-novel idea of tailoring ad space via cookies, the role of FPF as a think-tank and defining personal information and the role of ethics in a modern technological world.

  • An Interview With the General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at Rocket Fuel

    6 May 2016
    JoAnn Covington, Sr. Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at Rocket Fuel, Inc. looks at privacy concerns in the advertising technology space. Topics discussed during this podcast include the rapid-fire speed of ad auctions, truly understanding tracking data and navigating the grey area between information which is not traditionally personal data but not completely anonymous either.
  • An Interview With the Inventor of Privacy by Design

    15 Apr 2016

    Ann Cavoukian, the inventor of Privacy by Design, former Information and Privacy Commissioner for Ontario, Canada and current Executive Director of the Privacy and Big Data Institute at Ryerson University (Toronto), discusses the genesis of the pioneering concept of Privacy by Design, the need to work toward “positive sum” solutions and how big data and the internet of things is changing the privacy landscape in unanticipated ways.

  • An Interview With the Chief Privacy Officer of Cisco

    21 Mar 2016

    Michelle Dennedy, Chief Privacy Officer of Cisco, looks at recent trends in data privacy and cybersecurity matters. Topics discussed during this podcast include the US-EU Privacy Shield, privacy by design, privacy engineering, the relationship between security and privacy, and treating data as a business asset.

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