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September 17th, 2019 | 18 mins 14 secs
In the Fashion ID case, the European Court of Justice decides that website owners are now joint controllers with the provider of the third-party cookie, and that website owners are responsible for issuing the privacy notices for third party cookies and for collecting any consents that are required. And, to make things a bit more complicated, the ECJ comes up with a new approach to analysing the data journey and who is the controller! All this and more in this episode of GDPR Now!
August 27th, 2019 | 1 hr 7 mins
Cyber security isn’t usually the primary responsibility of the DPO, but you can’t be an effective DPO if you don’t understand the security regime in your organisation and the trade-offs behind them. In this episode, we look at cyber security: what does it really consist of? how best to think about it? and what are the most common areas of vulnerability?
August 15th, 2019 | 38 mins 32 secs
Cyber insurance is key to managing data protection risks. In this episode, we take a look at how cyber insurance works, what risks it covers, and how best to buy it.
August 5th, 2019 | 31 mins 4 secs
Episode 4: Disproportionate, intrusive and unfair – the ICO report on ad tech and real time bidding – Part 2.
July 22nd, 2019 | 23 mins 19 secs
Part 2 of 2. In its recent paper, Update report into adtech and real time bidding, the ICO has set out a biting criticism of how real time bidding (RTB) currently operates in the UK. Although the ICO has stated that it will take another six months to investigate further, it is already clear that the ICO will intervene. It is no exaggeration to say that the ICO’s intervention is likely to have a bigger impact on this industry than the GDPR. To give some idea of scale: the worldwide spend of on digital advertising is expected to reach US$98bn in 2020. In Europe, the UK is by far the largest market, followed by Germany and then France (approx. US$15bn, US$8bn, US$4bn, respectively, in 2018).
Episode 3: Disproportionate, intrusive and unfair – the ICO reports on ad tech and real time bidding (Part 1).
July 21st, 2019 | 44 mins 37 secs
In its recent paper, Update Report into Adtech and Real Time Bidding, the ICO has set out a biting criticism of how real time bidding (RTB) currently operates in the UK. Although the ICO has stated that it will take another six months to investigate further, it is already clear that the ICO will intervene. It is no exaggeration to say that the ICO’s intervention is likely to have a bigger impact on this industry than the GDPR. To give some idea of scale: the worldwide spend of on digital advertising is expected to reach US$98bn in 2020, representing 68% of total expenditure on digital media advertising. In Europe, the UK is by far the largest market, followed by Germany and then France (approx. US$15bn, US$8bn, US$4bn, respectively, in 2018).
Episode 2: Subject access requests, personal data and the case of Rudd v Bridle with Ashley Winton and Laura Scaife.
July 12th, 2019 | 53 mins 51 secs
Dr Rudd served a subject access request on Mr Bridle, and was not satisfied with the information he received back. Amongst allegations of fraud and conspiracy, the issue went to court. Who was the controller, and did the journalism and regulatory exemptions apply? One of the key issues was – what is personal data? The judge reached a conclusion, but was he right?
June 24th, 2019 | 44 mins 51 secs
breach, data protection, dpo, gdpr, governance, privacy
A podcast about GDPR and all things privacy. The show is features a host, a guest, a topic and a discussion. Typically, it lasts between 30 and 45 minutes.