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Thinking about Privacy in the Fight Against COVID-19

In this contributed article, Guy Cohen, Head of Policy at Privitar, unpacks the process of location data and how it’s being used to combat coronavirus but falling short in privacy considerations, and calls for action from data privacy and IT leaders to ensure the steps we take in analyzing location data are necessary, well governed and time limited through transparency and choice, data minimalization, purpose limitation and anonymization.

Surveillance Capitalism in the New Data Economy

In this contributed article, Dashiell Pinger, Senior Product Strategy Manager for Data Platforms and Media Solutions at Intertrust Technologies, posits whether privacy and data ethics stand a chance against today’s data economy that seeks to exploit and profit from personal data at every turn.

GDPR is in place; CCPA is coming. Are you ready?

In this contributed article, Rohit Mahajan, CTO/CPO at Io-Tahoe, suggests that firms should view GDPR and CCPA as an opportunity that can pay dividends by involving leaders throughout their organization, from the chief data officer (CDO) to the data governance team.

Is Privacy Going to Be An Issue After the Big Data Revolution?

In this contributed article, tech writer Linda Gimmeson discusss the effects of the big data revolution on our privacy and that of business organizations. Individuals who are willing to sacrifice their privacy have had significant benefits from the big data revolution.

What the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Means for Accountability and Data Protection

In this contributed article, Stuart Tarmy and Aarthi Sivasankaran of ROKITT focuses on how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) expands privacy data scope and provides new rights of data control to customers. This is the third and final article in a series.

How the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Expands Privacy Data Scope and Provides New Rights of Data Control to Customers

In this contributed article, Stuart Tarmy and Aarthi Sivasankaran of ROKITT focuses on how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) expands privacy data scope and provides new rights of data control to customers. This is the second article in a series.

Are You Prepared for the Data Discovery Requirements to Meet EU’s New Costly GDPR Privacy Requirements?

In this contributed article, Stuart Tarmy and Aarthi Sivasankaran of ROKITT focuses on the global reach of GDPR. GDPR has impact on many other areas such as personal data scope, customer consents, disclosure, new rights, accountability, data protection organization, data security, 3rd party processing, etc.