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Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Jan. 19, 2018

Greetings from Portsmouth, NH! The social media flavor of the week, at least here in the U.S., involved facial recognition and high art. Yes, if you're on Facebook, you likely tried out or saw your friends and long-lost cousin share a selfie and a corresponding...

100 cities join data-driven network

Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Works Cities hit its adoption rate target and now has 100 mid-sized cities participating in a network that aims to enhance their use of data to improve cities nationwide, Fast Company reports. With two-thirds of...

Advertising platform prepares for GDPR compliance

Digital advertising platform OpenX says that the entire list of inventory on its exchange will be compliant with the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation, MediaPost reports. While OpenX does not guarantee indemnity for...

Podcast: Ready, set, now go GDPR

Gabe Maldoff is a young guy. He graduated law school in 2015, got himself a fellowship at the IAPP's Westin Center, and then immediately went to work at London's Bird & Bird. And just as he was adjusting to life in the real world, the world itself...

British Columbia appeals court rules in Craigslist-RCMP case

A British Columbia appeals court ruled in favor of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in a production order case against Craigslist, CBA National Magazine reports. The RCMP sought information related to a Craigslist post, including the name and address of the poster. A...

The Privacy Advisor Podcast: Ready, set, GDPR

Gabe Maldoff is a young guy. He graduated law school in 2015, got himself a fellowship at the IAPP's Westin Center, and then immediately went to work at London's Bird & Bird. And just as he was adjusting to life in the real world, the world itself...

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