Jerry Buckley, founder of Buckley LLP, a national financial services law firm, has taken a lead role in promoting national data protection standards. Described by Chambers as “a recognized dean of the consumer financial services bar,” Jerry serves as adviser to the Financial Services Trade Associations Data Protection Working Group, an informal alliance of national financial trade associations responding to fast changing legislative and regulatory developments related to privacy and data security.
MAY 5, 2021
The Perspective of NCUA Board Member Rodney Hood
APR 28, 2021
Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA) Discusses the Information Transparency and Personal Data Control Act
APR 21, 2021
The Proposed EU ePrivacy Regulation and its Implications for U.S. Privacy Legislation
APR 14, 2021
APR 7, 2021
The Intersection of Technology and Privacy (with Chet Hosmer)
MAR 31, 2021
The "Private Right of Action" Question (with Mark Rasch)
MAR 24, 2021
Taking a Look at State Privacy Efforts: Can They Guide Federal Legislation? (with Michael Aisenberg)
MAR 17, 2021
Cross-Border Data Flows: Will the Schrems II Ruling Help Advance National Privacy Legislation? (with Scott Giordano)
MAR 10, 2021
The Solarium Commission Report (with Cory Simpson)
MAR 3, 2021
National Privacy Legislation Viewed through a Wider Lens (with Carlos Solari)
FEB 24, 2021
A Consumer Advocate's View (with India McKinney)
FEB 17, 2021
The Nexus Between Privacy and Cybersecurity (with Jody Westby and Jerry Buckley)
FEB 10, 2021
The Potential Role of Financial Regulators in Showing the Path Forward for National Privacy Legislation (with David Cotney)
FEB 3, 2021
The Evolution of Privacy Principles and Practice in the Public and Private Sectors (with Jamie Danker)
We’re joined by Jamie Danker, VP of Privacy at Easy Dynamics Corporation, to discuss how principles long accepted in the federal agency context might have applicability in the private sector or could be used as guideposts for national legislation.
JAN 27, 2021
The Impact of Schrems II and Threat of Data Localization (with Peter Swire)
JAN 20, 2021
Strategies for Readiness and Compliance in a Fast Changing Data Protection Landscape (with Jill Reber)
JAN 13, 2021
Former FCC Commissioner Calls for a Presidential Commission on the Future of the Internet (with Michael Copps)
JAN 6, 2021
Pondering Preemption of State Privacy Laws (with Peter Swire)
DEC 16, 2020
Data Governance: EU Moves While U.S. is Stalled (with Jody Westby and Jerry Buckley)
The EU has launched a series of data regulation initiatives designed to make Europe the “Data Continent” while the U.S. has yet to adopt national data governance rules and lacks an authoritative voice in international data policy discussions.
DEC 9, 2020
Pros and Cons of National Privacy Legislation (with Jurgen Van Staden)
DEC 2, 2020
EU Offers Valuable Insights for U.S. National Privacy Debate (with Maarten Stassen)
NOV 18, 2020
EU Data Protection: Any Lessons for US? (with John Bowman)
NOV 11, 2020
NIST Privacy Framework Plays Role in National Privacy Discussion (with Naomi Lefkovitz and Dylan Gilbert)
In January 2020, NIST released a voluntary Privacy Framework – we discuss the framework with two NIST advisors who helped lead its development.
NOV 4, 2020
OCT 28, 2020
Nicole Booth & Elizabeth Young LaBerge
OCT 21, 2020
Kate Flocken & Tyler Griffin
The legislative landscape on Capitol Hill is fluid and the results of the election will have a big impact on what way Congress decides to go with a national privacy regime.
OCT 14, 2020
This week, we’re talking with Daniel Solove, law professor at the George Washington University and founder of TeachPrivacy.
OCT 14, 2020
Jim Dempsey is the Executive Director, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and formerly held leadership roles at the Center for Democracy and Technology.
oct 7, 2020
Welcome to the U.S. National Privacy Legislation Podcast
Will the United States, the largest economy in the world, enact national privacy and data protection legislation? Or will privacy regulation be left to the 50 states and other countries. The borderless nature of the Internet seems to call for a uniform legislation, but enactment is uncertain.