10 episodes

The Privacy Abbreviated podcast helps business leaders operationalize and prepare for what’s next in privacy. From high-level news headlines to the geeky privacy trenches, your hosts are experienced privacy pros and your guides, breaking down what’s happening to deliver only the takeaways you need.

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The Privacy Abbreviated podcast helps business leaders operationalize and prepare for what’s next in privacy. From high-level news headlines to the geeky privacy trenches, your hosts are experienced privacy pros and your guides, breaking down what’s happening to deliver only the takeaways you need.

    Breaking Down AdTech: Cookies and Pixels and SDKs, Oh My!

    Breaking Down AdTech: Cookies and Pixels and SDKs, Oh My!

    Join us for this episode of Priv, where Dona Fraser is joined by Miles Light, Senior Counsel, Youth Privacy & Technology at BBB National Programs for an adtech block party. Cookies, pixels, and SDKs are all invited. Appropriate for beginners and privacy pros, this podcast breaks down the most talked about issues in the adtech … Continue reading Breaking Down AdTech: Cookies and Pixels and SDKs, Oh My! →

    • 41 min
    Cross Border Privacy Rules Goes Global: A Deep Dive on CBPRs

    Cross Border Privacy Rules Goes Global: A Deep Dive on CBPRs

    On April 30, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced the establishment of the Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) and Global Privacy Recognition for Processors (PRP) Systems. In this episode of Priv, host Dona Fraser is joined by Victoria Akosile, Deputy Director of BBB National Programs Privacy Initiatives to take you from APEC to global CBPRs, … Continue reading Cross Border Privacy Rules Goes Global: A Deep Dive on CBPRs →

    • 36 min
    Consumer Privacy in Telehealth: An Interview with the ATA

    Consumer Privacy in Telehealth: An Interview with the ATA

    In this episode of Priv, host Dona Fraser is joined by American Telehealth Association (ATA) Senior Vice President of Public Policy, Kyle Zebley to check up on consumer health data privacy in the telehealth industry. From HIPAA to the pandemic to Dobbs to a hodge-podge of new state-level privacy laws, Dona and Kyle discuss the … Continue reading Consumer Privacy in Telehealth: An Interview with the ATA →

    • 35 min
    The COPPA Rule: Proposed Changes, the Impact, & the Magic 8-Ball

    The COPPA Rule: Proposed Changes, the Impact, & the Magic 8-Ball

    Jumping into holiday plans in December 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposed changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule, including some that would place more responsibility on providers and platforms to ensure digital privacy and safety for children.



    In this episode of Priv, our host Dona Fraser is joined by SIIA Vice President, Education & Children’s Policy, Sara Kloek, and Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) Director, Rukiya Bonner, to discuss how we got here, what the proposed changes mean, the potential impacts of these changes for businesses and Safe Harbors, as well as some predictions on the road ahead.



    For more information about this episode, read the show notes here: https://www.accountabilitystudio.org/2024/03/25/the-coppa-rule-proposed-changes-the-impact-the-magic-8-ball/



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    • 47 min
    Privacy For Start-Ups

    Privacy For Start-Ups

    There are tens of thousands of entrepreneurs in the United States. When getting their business off the ground, often growth, not necessarily privacy, is the primary focus, especially in the technology sector where data is often central to the business.  In this episode of Priv, our hosts are joined by the Tech Diplomacy Network’s Katharina … Continue reading Privacy For Start-Ups →

    • 39 min
    The Government Purchase of Private Data

    The Government Purchase of Private Data

    As a consumer uses their cell phone or mobile device throughout the day, location data, preference, search, and other seemingly private data is collected by app companies and sold to third-party data brokers. Certain of those third-party data brokers may sell that data to government entities, including law enforcement.  In this episode of Privacy Abbreviated, … Continue reading The Government Purchase of Private Data →

    • 27 min

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