Chat with Andy Dale, General Counsel at Alyce about his role in helping the business thrive through privacy.
Podcast Episode 14 – Video Chat with Joey Stanford
Chat with Joey Stanford of Platform.sh – A recording of a live video chat between Carl and Joey Stanford of Platform about his role as a DPO and security lead.
Podcast Episode 13 – YouTube Meets COPPA
Explaining YouTube’s recent COPPA settlement with the FTC and the new changes they have implemented.
Podcast Episode 12 – Do Not Sell
Do Not Sell – Discussing the new requirements of the CCPA for a Do Not Sell My Personal Information link on your website, and
Podcast Episode 11 – One Year of the GDPR
A look at the impact of the GDPR in its first year and the rise of the cookie banner.
Podcast Episode 10 – CCPA SB 561
Discussing the CCPA Senate Bill 561 (SB 561) amendment to The California Consumer Privacy Act. I’ll dive into the bill, what it was trying to do and what its demise means.
Podcast Episode 9 – Introduction to the CCPA
The California Consumer Privacy Act. I give an overview of the CCPA, what it contains, who it applies to and what the penalties are for non compliance. I also cover one of the notable amendments, SB 561 and how the CCPA shares similarities with the GDPR.
Podcast Episode 8 – Marketing Consent in the GDPR
I talk about the eMarketing rules under the GDPR and the various options you have for getting compliant. Topics include the changes to the consent definition for GDPR, the lesser known Soft Opt-in rule and the implementing a repermissioning campaign.
Podcast Episode 7 – Hot Topics in GDPR – Part Two
I talk about some of the common questions I’m hearing in the GDPR world and also recommend some great tools I’ve seen recently. Topics include managers becoming the DPO, American companies needing to be compliant, Subject Access Request tools and the use of health data in the workplace.
Podcast Episode 6 – Hot Topics in GDPR – Part One
I discuss some of the hot topics being discussed inside GDPR projects and amongst us Data Protection geeks. Topics include the right to erasure and backups, the need for lawyers to lead your GDPR programme and the thorny topic of what happens if a Government department is breached. I also give a run down of the big UK news of the new Data protection Bill.