This post explores a little experiment I ran in February using OpenAI's GPT3, Google Collab, Python and this interesting hack to summarize CJEU cases. I originally posted this on LI in February and forgot to post it here, with new updates on v3 of the same code.
Data transfers to third (or restricted) countries are a bit of a mess right now, and this has been made all the more messy by the UK trying to 'get Brexit done' by replacing EU laws and agreements with Brexity ones. After puzzling over the question of what contract UK and EU exporters should be relying on, I decided to actually put it out on a whiteboard and share it with you. I hope this helps. Also, sorry.
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/
Since data breaches must generally be reported, there's been an explosive rise in the number of notices issued to regulators. But does it matter?
Do SAs care about data breaches? I'm pouring over the data, and it doesn't look great. Read about it here.
The recent pandemic has thrown a wrench in the progress made around the world in strengthening privacy rights.