How Our Personal Information Is Collected, Bought and Sold – The Rules and What You and Clients can do about It

$129.00

Learn how personal information is collected, bought, and sold. This session will explore the world of data brokers, how personal data becomes monetized and shared with third parties. The ways that personal data privacy is regulated by domestic and foreign law will be explained, along with ideas on what an individual can do to avoid unwanted privacy invasions and how clients can minimize risk and comply with complex and sometimes contradictory rules.

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Event Details

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Course Instructor

Joseph J. Dehner, Esq.

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General Credits

1

Course Description

Learn how personal information is collected, bought, and sold. This session will explore the world of data brokers, how personal data becomes monetized and shared with third parties. The ways that personal data privacy is regulated by domestic and foreign law will be explained, along with ideas on what an individual can do to avoid unwanted privacy invasions and how clients can minimize risk and comply with complex and sometimes contradictory rules.

Principles

  • Data brokers – how personal data is monetized and sold
  • The value of personal data – and who really owns it
  • U.S. state and federal laws about personal data transfers, and foreign regulation
  • How to manage individual privacy and achieve business compliance

Syllabus

  1. Framework for thinking about how personal data is acquired and sold
  2.  U.S. and foreign regulation of personal data privacy
  3. How business clients can minimize risk and comply with regulations
  4. Ideas about how individuals can restrict unwanted sharing of their personal information.

Instructors

Joseph J. Dehner, Esq.

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