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JoomlaDay Florida 2019 -What Agencies Need to Know About Privacy

JoomlaDay Florida 2019 -What Agencies Need to Know About Privacy

Attorney, Rian Kinney had the pleasure of presenting at her first JoomlaDay Florida in Tampa, Florida, on Saturday, February 23rd, 2019. While presenting What Agencies Need to Know About Privacy, an overview of relevant EU and US privacy law, attendees asked that slides be published and shared talk. As promised, the talk slides have been uploaded.

Additional Resources:

During the presentation, Rian promised to provide attendees with a link to a great resource containing U.S. Data Breach Law information, by state. The resource is located at the National Conference of State Legislatures.

When you are searching for exact GDPR language, is a wonderfully indexed site; easy to search and use, so it can be very helpful when you want to verify or cite the General Data Protection Regulation language.

Rian discussed Standard Contractual Clauses as the preferred method for smaller, U.S. based businesses for Cross Border Data Transfer compliance. Attendees had specific questions about CBD transfers. Here is the Standard Contractual Clauses link to the relevant EU authority on the topic, the European Commission, for your convenience.

I also mentioned Binding Corporate Rules, as a mechanism preferred mostly by larger, multi-national corporations for Cross Border Data Transfer compliance. You can find the European Commission’s explanation of what Binding Corporate Rules are by clicking the link.

And, as promised, a link to the European Commission’s quick and concise guide to GDPR basics, which is a great place to send a friend or client who doesn’t know what the GDPR is or why they should care. Click here to view the guide and get some of your preliminary GDPR questions answered.

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