The Privacy Beat

By Angelique Carson

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TerraTrue's The Privacy Beat, featuring host Angelique Carson and guests, is a quick-hit rundown of the important privacy news-you-can use of the week. Listen to sound smart at Happy Hour, informed at strategy meetings, or just to enjoy a conversation between people who speak your language and understand your pain.

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The states are dropping privacy bills like they're hot: Here's a debrief
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It's only January, and already U.S. states have introduced eight comprehensive privacy bills (and counting). In this episode, Future of Privacy Forum's Keir Lamont and Husch Blackwell's David Stauss talk about trends in each bill and what we should expect in 2023.

Jan 20, 2023
WELP, that was 2022, I guess
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In this free-ranging episode, host Angelique Carson chats with longtime pals Gabe Maldoff, privacy attorney at Goodwin Procter, and Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, IAPP's managing DC director, about the big privacy news in 2022. There's lots of talk about CPRA, the Sephora case, California's need to constantly pass laws, and why Gabe hates cruises.

Dec 20, 2022
(Part 2 of 2) CA Deputy AG Stacey Schesser on enforcing America’s flagship privacy law
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In this episode, part 2 of 2, California Deputy Attorney General Stacey Schesser talks about what she thinks the attorney general could have done differently, the Sephora case, and what's going on with operationalizing Global Privacy Controls.

Dec 02, 2022
CA Deputy AG Stacey Schesser on enforcing America’s flagship privacy law
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In this interview (part 1 of 2), host Angelique Carson chats with California Deputy Attorney General Stacey Schesser on how everything changed with the CCPA. Schesser talks about the agency's recent Sephora enforcement action, Global Privacy Controls, and how she'll work with the newly-established CPPA. It's a Privacy Geek's buffet, if you will.

Nov 17, 2022
How to do that TIA so it’s not a real P in the A
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In this episode, Julian Flamant, an attorney at Hogan Lovells and longtime pal of Angelique's, talks about Chicago-based mobsters, that looming CPRA deadline, and how to keep transfer impact assessments, TIAs, from becoming a P in your A.

Nov 04, 2022
Your IAPP PSR recap, for those with FOMO
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In this episode, host Angelique Carson brings you live interviews from the show floor at the IAPP's P.S.R. 22, including what everyone was buzzing about, what happened at the big Rodeo party, and how to avoid serial killers.

Oct 21, 2022
He basically took down Cambridge Analytica
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In this episode, Prof. David Carroll discusses his accidental fame as a focus in the Netflix documentary The Great Hack, which followed Carroll's lawsuit against Cambridge Analytica — before its fall — to retrieve his data from the data broker. As we know now, the lawsuit revealed more than Carroll's data and would lead to years of Facebook litigation, lawsuits and settlements.

Oct 06, 2022
California’s new children’s law could dismantle the status quo: Is that bad?
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Last week, Eric Goldman visited the podcast to rip California’s Age-Appropriate Design Code to shreds. Some of you did not like that. On today’s episode, Stanford University’s Dr. Jen King has a different take. “We’ve had nearly thirty years of design masquerading as being values-agnostic driving the development of the internet. Do we really want to defend this status quo?”

Sep 23, 2022
Um, California passed a children’s privacy law?
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While most of us were distracted by talks of a federal privacy bill, California’s Senate passed its Age-Appropriate Design Code. It awaits Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature, and then it’s law. Santa Clara Law School’s Eric Goldman hates this bill a whole lot, and he wants to tell you why.

Sep 08, 2022
Who’s gonna own the data in the end?
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Reporting on a specific industry gives journalists unique views on the inside baseball and its players. In this free-ranging conversation, host Angelique Carson talks to longtime privacy journalist Mike Swift about the ADPPA, the Biden administration’s aims on consumer privacy in the U.S., and who’s gonna own the data in the end: the companies or the consumers?

Aug 25, 2022
Are we about to pass two children’s privacy laws?
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Of late, there’s plenty of movement on children's privacy law. You’ve got codes of conduct in the U.K. and California, plus two federal bills headed for U.S. Senate votes that would update COPPA and regulate "addictive" services geared toward kids. The Future of Privacy Forum’s Lauren Merk, U.S. youth and education policy counsel, lives and breathes this stuff, here's what you should know.

Aug 11, 2022
Privacy’s hiring. Getting a gig is hard. Why?
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By now it’s not really a secret that privacy’s got a hiring problem. Recruiters and managers want “years” of GDPR experience, but then complain they can’t find “qualified” candidates. Meanwhile, talented peeps are searching for gigs. So what’s the deal? In this podcast, Angelique Carson talks to Asana’s Sherry Truong, VF Corporation’s Ryan Torrey, and Cleo Li about what hiring managers are missing, and what job candidates can do to optimize their chances for success in privacy.

Jul 28, 2022
This federal privacy bill going anywhere?
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Privacy Twitter basically exploded upon the announcement of the American Data Privacy and Protection Act. Maybe Congress has finally found a middle ground? In this episode of The Privacy Beat Podcast, host Angelique Carson chats with Cam Kerry of the Brookings Institution, Omer Tene of Goodwin Proctor, and Maneesha Mithal of Wilson Sonsini about why it feels like Rs and Ds went to couple’s therapy and came out with this bill.

Jul 15, 2022
The Dobbs decision: We dissent
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June 24 changed our lives. The Supreme Court’s “Dobb’s decision” overturned Roe v. Wade, stating women no longer have the right to make decisions about their own bodies. In this episode, Twilio’s Hannah Poteat, Quora’s Lena Ghamrawi , and Asana’s Whitney Merrill discuss what this means for women and what we, as privacy professionals, can and should do to stop the erosion of human rights in the U.S.

Jul 01, 2022
You read these CPRA draft regs?
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In this episode of The Privacy Beat, host Angelique Carson chats with fans Nick Ginger and Sheri Porath Rockwell, privacy attorneys in California. The three discuss this week’s hearing on federal privacy legislation and what to make of these new draft regulations on the California Privacy Rights Act.

Jun 16, 2022
Let’s get this poddy started!
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In this inaugural episode of The Privacy Beat, host Angelique Carson invites two of her privacy besties, Cobun Zweifel-Keegan and Gabriel Maldoff, to help explain this new podcast and what it aims to do. In a whimsical conversation between friends, the three play with potential names for the show and, later, find themselves dissecting Web 3.0.

May 28, 2022