Gdpr joke. Categories of Personal Information – Enterprivacy Consulting Group. I was looking around a few months ago for a good list of categories of personal information but couldn’t come up with anything I found that was comprehensive enough.
Everyone seems siloed in their little world (financial information, health information, etc..). I often run into people and explain to them that personal information is so much more expansive than they at first imagine. So much data can affect people’s lives. Nuh-uh, Google, you WILL hand over emails stored on foreign servers, says US judge. Google has been ordered by a US court to cough up people's private Gmail messages stored overseas – because if that information can be viewed stateside, it is subject to American search warrants, apparently.
During a hearing on Wednesday in California, magistrate judge Laurel Beeler rejected [PDF] the advertising giant's objections to a US government search warrant seeking data stored on its foreign servers. The Mountain View goliath had filed a motion to quash the warrant, and was denied. The Impact of EU GDPR on Accountants. What to do to become compliant? The Impact of the EU GDPR on Accountants The working life of an accountant involves daily interaction with vast amounts of sensitive data.
As the introduction of the EU GDPR edges closer, it is time to talk about the impact it will have on an accountant’s day-to-day work life. Replacing the Data Protection Directive of 1995, and designed to protect against cyber disruptions and attacks, this new Regulation will be instrumental in ensuring personal data is protected properly. Accountants who are not up to speed with the EU GDPR by its introduction in early 2018 will run a serious risk of breaching the law. How Will GDPR Affect Your Web Analytics Tracking? - Piwik PRO - Cloud and Enterprise Analytics. You Won’t Believe All the Personal Data Facebook Has Collected on You. As much as consumers claim to have concerns around Facebook privacy issues, we sure don’t mind handing our information over to it left and right.
Every single day, more than a billion active users share their thoughts, photos, news, videos, memes, and more with friends and connections on Facebook. Sure, we know we’re sharing that content and the associated meta data that goes with it back to Facebook. Our sign-in and posting locations; where we took a certain photo; what events we attended and which artists we enjoy. We share all of this, much of it indirectly, without a second thought. And yet some of us are still surprised when it seems like ads are following us around the web. GDPR - New regulations could be your iceberg! - Agenci. Author Gary Hibberd On April 14th 1912 the RMS Titanic tragically collided with an iceberg on its maiden voyage, ending what many believed to be a golden age of technological breakthroughs and man’s dominance over nature.
Many accuse the Captain and others in command of ignoring messages of icefields and icebergs ahead, stating that they had ample warning to slow down and avert the impending disaster. Over one hundred years later, there is a potential iceberg looming over the horizon which every business should be made aware of. Of course the new ‘General Data Protection Act’ (GDPR) which has today (April 14th 2016) is unlikely to result in the loss of life seen in the Titanic disaster, but it is still a helpful metaphor for business leaders to consider.
There is an ‘iceberg’ ahead… This has been in the develop over many years and now it’s headed in your direction. Anonymization and the Future of Data Science. By Steve Touw, CTO and Co-founder of Immuta.
Managing data privacy is becoming an increasingly difficult challenge for massive corporations littered with data silos. New data regulations--from the EU to the US to China-- illustrate that this challenge is really just beginning. This trend underscores the importance of anonymization – one of the most important tools in a data scientist’s “privacy toolbox.” Panopticlick. Citi on GDPR According to Jonathan Mayer, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chief technologist, 'the idea of personally identifiable information not being identifiable is completely laughable in computer.
FCA advises firm to record comms under Mifid II, GDPR troubles ahead? GDPR and Demise of Privacy Shield – Irish Tech News. Latest great guest post by Marc R Gagné MAPP Senior Privacy and Data Advocate, Cyber Intelligence and Director @ Gagne Legal.
Image from pixabay here. In a little over a year, the most dramatic changes in data protection law in 20 years will take effect. GDPR match up: The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. In this Privacy Tracker series, we look at laws from across the globe and match them up against the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
The aim is to help you determine how much duplication of operational effort you might avoid as you move toward GDPR compliance and help you focus your efforts. In this first installment, Tay Nguyen explores the relationship between provisions of the U.S. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act and rules for handling children's data in the GDPR. The European Union does not have an independent law that addresses the protection of children’s data similar to the United States’ Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998. Rather, it addresses the protection of children’s data throughout its General Data Protection Regulation by indicating which provisions within the GDPR warrant a higher standard to protect children’s data. Privacy Regulation - To which companies applies?
Top 10 EU Privacy Regulation issues – #1 Which companies shall care about it?
The upcoming EU privacy regulation is relevant not only for European entities but any business looking at Europe because of its extended scope of applicability. The agreement reached at the European level on the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is expected to lead to a revolution in the privacy world. Is Tesla Throwing Customer Privacy Under the Wheels? The Doors Are Thrown Open to all 85-Classes of the e-Discovery Team Training Program. I have decided to waive all tuition charges to attend my online training program.
It is now entirely free. You are not even required to register. Uber's redesigned app wants to mine personal information on your phone. Uber is taking its ride-hailing app down a new road in an effort to make it smarter, simpler and more fun to use. The redesigned app also will seek to mine personal information stored on smartphones in a change that could raise privacy concerns, even though it will be up to individual users to let Uber peer into their calendars and address books.
The change represents the biggest overhaul in four years to Uber Technologies Inc.' How’s Privacy Shield doing? Well, no one’s complaining. While the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield program has been the subject of much consternation, be it due to Trump administration executive orders or advocate-group lawsuits, the program continues to churn forward eight months after the U.S. Department of Commerce began taking applications on Aug. 1, 2016 and just a few months out from its first annual review.
Already, reported U.S. Will the GDPR really make a difference to consumers? Revolution in the data protection world may have passed most consumers by but the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will change the way that personal data is handled. Opt-4’s Rosemary Smith examines the impacts on consumers and what this means for businesses Whilst most organisations will be relieved that, after 3 long years of negotiation, we finally have an agreed text of the GDPR, consumer rights organisations are less happy.
“The objective of modernisation has been achieved only partially – resisted by industry groups who want to stay in the last century” was a typical reaction (this one from the European Digital Rights Group). There is disappointment from these groups that some of the fundamental issues (including consent and legitimate interests) have been “fudged”. So what differences might consumers notice when the Regulation is implemented or the UK adopts a similar regime? GDPR and your data: check you comply . . . then check again. Laws surrounding data privacy and customer consent are changing in just over a year – get it wrong, and you will pay hefty fines. Time to test your permission statements and check your strategy is flawless.
Historically, privacy was almost implicit, because it was hard to find and gather information. But in the digital world, whether it’s digital cameras or satellites or just what you click on, we need to have more explicit rules – not just for governments, but for private companies.– Bill Gates. Not only GDPR. A new set of data privacy rules is here. Just after a few months since the European Parliament approved the final version of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European Commission is working on updating yet another set of privacy rules. The European Commission published a new text that, when approved, will replace the current ePrivacy Directive: the EU law that ensures confidentiality of communication and the protection of personal data in the electronic communications sector. While the Commission plans to complete the reform process quickly enough to allow the new law to come into force in May 2018 together with the GDPR, the road ahead is long and tortuous.
Art29 WP. GDPR Infographic.