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The Data Protection TeaBreak is brought to you by The Office of the Data Protection Authority (Bailiwick of Guernsey). We are the independent regulator of the local data protection law which is equivalent to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We hope to give you accessible, informative, thought-provoking, and hopefully entertaining insights to a broad range of topics relevant to data protection.

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The Data Protection TeaBreak is brought to you by The Office of the Data Protection Authority (Bailiwick of Guernsey). We are the independent regulator of the local data protection law which is equivalent to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We hope to give you accessible, informative, thought-provoking, and hopefully entertaining insights to a broad range of topics relevant to data protection.

    Life in a connected world

    Life in a connected world

    How do we safely use all the internet connected devices that we now surround ourselves with and do we understand the risks?
    In this episode the ODPA's Tim Loveridge gets some help and advice from local experts and learns more about the risks the devices, or our lack of knowledge, poses. He gets useful tips on what to do or not to do when using them. They also delve into what the future might hold and how the increasingly connected world might change the way more of us work.

    • 30 min
    'Regulation is a journey not a destination' - in conversation with Alex White

    'Regulation is a journey not a destination' - in conversation with Alex White

    Description at: https://odpa.gg/project-bijou/theme-5-the-benefits-of-looking-after-personal-data-well/videopodcast-regulation-is-a-journey-not-a-destination

    • 24 min
    The Bijou Lecture with Susie Alegre

    The Bijou Lecture with Susie Alegre

    This is the audio transcription of The Bijou Lecture (2022) with Susie Alegre.

    Read more at: www.odpa.gg/project-bijou/the-bijou-lecture-2022/

    • 33 min
    Data Breaches - more than just a number

    Data Breaches - more than just a number

    What are personal data breaches and why should we all care about them?
    In this episode Kirsty Bougourd talks to Deputy Commissioner for the Bailiwick of Guernsey, Rachel Masterton, to find out more about what a personal data breach is and why the ODPA has changed the way they are reported.
    Every 2 months the ODPA releases the number of personal data breaches reported in the Bailiwick. The way these are reported was changed from 1st January 2022 so that organisations can specify how the breach happened and explain the circumstances that led to the breach. They can also report what the outcome of the breach was, for example the accidental disclosure of personal data.
    This means that there is more information available to tell the story behind the breach and reminds us that personal data has a human at the heart.
    Rachel explains why these changes have been made and how they give us more information to help prevent breaches from happening in the first place. She also explains how breach reporting works alongside the other duties of the ODPA.

    • 15 min
    Taking outreach to another level - partnering with the Youth Commission

    Taking outreach to another level - partnering with the Youth Commission

    In this episode to mark international Data Protection Day 2022
    Bailiwick Data Protection Commissioner, Emma Martins, introduces Kirsty Bougourd's conversation with Charlie Cox, CEO of the Youth Commission. They discuss why it's so important to engage with young people and Kirsty also chats to some members of the YC's Youth Forum. They share their views on what data protection is and how well protected they feel their data is.

    Emma also explains why the Office of the Data Protection Authority (ODPA), is joining forces with the Guernsey Youth Commission to extend the reach and impact of its school programme which helps young people understand about personal data, their rights and looking after data safely.

    Young people are among the most vulnerable members of our community and they are often the most prolific sharers of their personal data, through online games and activities. It's hoped to bring the messages of caring for personal data properly to a much wider audience through the partnership.

    See odpa.gg/schools for more.

    • 34 min
    Project Bijou - 6 months on

    Project Bijou - 6 months on

    Personal data isn't just facts and figures. It's about people and how we look after their data can have far-reaching consequences, especially if we don't do it well.
    Personal data is one of the most valuable, non-consumable assets that we own and that data now includes not just passwords and account details but biometric data like our fingerprints, our face and our DNA.
    Six months on from the launch of the ODPA's social change initiative - Project Bijou – we discuss what all this means and why the project is so important.
    Bailiwick Data Protection Commissioner, Emma Martins, and Tim Loveridge and Kirsty Bougourd of the ODPA, discuss how we all have a role to play in looking after data ethically. They consider why what we do individually is so important and how even a small jurisdiction like the Bailiwick has a vital part to play in the global bigger picture.

    (Tim refers to a Finnish schools initiative combatting fake news, you can read more about this here: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/05/how-finland-is-fighting-fake-news-in-the-classroom/)

    • 37 min

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