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A genuine and informative podcast about data privacy and security. Your reliable place for best practices, interviews, belly laughs, and real stories.

Privacy Please Cameron Ivey

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    • 4.6 • 27 Ratings

A genuine and informative podcast about data privacy and security. Your reliable place for best practices, interviews, belly laughs, and real stories.

    S5, E201 - Securely Speaking: Privacy & Tech Attorney Heidi Saas

    S5, E201 - Securely Speaking: Privacy & Tech Attorney Heidi Saas

    Join us for insights into the crucial aspects shaping the future of privacy. We'll delve into the significance of diversity in the privacy sphere, with women at the forefront of leadership roles. Discover why mentorship is indispensable for those embarking on privacy careers. Explore the delicate balance between profit and privacy, as companies often prioritize the former, jeopardizing user trust. Learn about the anticipated impact of CPRA enforcement on data management and privacy practices. Finally, we'll discuss the imperative of addressing biases in AI development to ensure the fairness of algorithms. Don't miss these essential discussions that are shaping the landscape of privacy.
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    S5, E200 - Unpacking the Implications of New AI Legislation SB 1047

    S5, E200 - Unpacking the Implications of New AI Legislation SB 1047

    Ever wondered how to keep your AI from turning into a sci-fi cautionary tale? California's Senate Bill 1047 might just be setting the blueprint, and we're unpacking its potential to navigate the tightrope between innovation and consumer safety. Plus, we pay tribute to Black History Month in true literary fashion, tipping our hats to James Baldwin's enduring wisdom in his piercing examination of race in America.

    This episode isn't just a rundown; it's a journey through the trenches of tech and culture, where we spotlight California's daring stride into the domain of AI legislation and what it could mean for you. As we highlight CalCompute's mission to democratize AI and dissect measures to safeguard whistleblowers, we invite you to join us in a narrative that connects the dots between the pages of history and the code of the future. 
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    S5, E199 - Trading Faces for Safety in US Airports

    S5, E199 - Trading Faces for Safety in US Airports

    Prepare to embark on a journey through the looking glass of modern airport security with me, Cameron Ivey, as we tackle the TSA's big bet on facial recognition at over 400 US airports. Get ready to peel back the layers of the high-tech CAT2 machines designed to match your face to your ID, and weigh in on the tug-of-war between rapid convenience and the sanctity of privacy. 

    We dissect the Traveler Privacy Protection Act and its crusade to safeguard our personal data amidst the rise of automated scanning options. You'll learn how to opt out if you're not keen on taking part in the digital lineup and hear from voices on both sides of the aisle, including Senator Jeff Markley. The episode goes beyond the security checkpoint, exploring the societal ripple effects of facial recognition software, as evidenced by corporate bans. So, buckle up for an unfiltered discussion that might just redefine your next trip to the airport. With Privacy Please, your next flight of thought is now boarding!
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    S5, E198 - Honoring Privacy Pioneers: The Guardians of Digital Rights and Debating SEC Oversight

    S5, E198 - Honoring Privacy Pioneers: The Guardians of Digital Rights and Debating SEC Oversight

    Celebrate the unsung heroes of privacy with us! Privacy Please's own Cameron Ivey and Gabe Gumbs tip their hats to the vanguards like Debbie Reynolds and Nishant Bhajaria, praising their unwavering dedication to our digital rights. We're not just talking shop; we're honoring the innovators who keep our data safe and our futures secure. From discussing the annual Privacy Week to giving a shout-out to those leading the charge, you'll feel the passion behind the pixels in protecting your personal information.

    Ever wonder if the watchdogs can watch themselves? We tackle the heated debate around the SEC's own data mishaps and whether they should be dishing out advice on data protection. Gabe doesn't pull any punches, defending the regulatory body with the kind of fervor that'll have you rethinking your stance on oversight. Listen in for a nuanced look at the complexities of privacy advocacy in the corporate and regulatory spheres – it's more than just a black-and-white issue.
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    S5, E197 - Corporate AI Dilemmas Tackling Innovation with Privacy in Mind

    S5, E197 - Corporate AI Dilemmas Tackling Innovation with Privacy in Mind

    This week on Privacy Please, discover the fine line between innovative tech and privacy pitfalls as I guide you through the complexities of generative AI in the corporate sector. Cisco's startling survey findings serve as the backbone of our discussion, revealing that a quarter of companies have pressed the panic button on generative AI tools to prevent data leaks and intellectual property breaches. You'll get a front-row seat to the latest industry moves, with tech juggernauts like Apple and Verizon leading the charge, and an exploration into the tension between AI integration and data protection. 
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    S5, E196 -Tech's Dark Side: Unveiling the 'Worst in Show' at CES 2024

    S5, E196 -Tech's Dark Side: Unveiling the 'Worst in Show' at CES 2024

    This week on Privacy Please, we dive into the underbelly of CES 2024 as consumer and privacy advocates expose the 'Worst in Show.' From BMW's questionable Alexa partnership to disposable Sennheiser earbuds and Instacart's AI cart pushing ads, discover the tech innovations sparking safety, privacy, and environmental concerns. 
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    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Teri Gross ,

I love this podcast

Enjoyable and great guests. The hosts are easy on the eyes, and the ears!

Private Citizen 2.0 ,

Too much political and ideological editorializing

This podcast had potential but the preaching was too much.

Dawes, Frank ,

Great guest from the Privacy and Security community

Awesome guest speakers. Amazing to get such a diverse group of perspectives.

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