Nothing focuses my rage more like a company trying to extort data subjects. Here’s how we can get back at this new wave of data vampires.
At some point though, a thought came to me — what does a good tech stack look like? What kind of benchmark or best practice should I advise clients on? How can data controllers do things in a privacy-preserving way? And so I asked Noyb, CNIL and the Austrian DSB if they would, in the interests of transparency, share their tech stacks and best practice.
It didn’t go well.
I recently wrote a bit for the folks at Castlebridge, discussing the Department of Commerce’s recent whitepaper of the US’ privacy policies in the post-Schrems world. You can read it here: https://castlebridge.ie/2020/10/05/the-department-of-commerces-rosy-view-of-privacy-doesnt-match-reality/
// Note: This was first published in August 2019 on LinkedIn A few months ago, my mother recommended that I pick up David Epstein’s Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World. It took me awhile to get around to it, but boy, am I glad I did. This book has fundamentally changed not only how I […]