Omer Tene was Vice President and Chief Knowledge Officer at the IAPP, the International Association of Privacy Professionals, a Senior Fellow at The Future of Privacy Forum, and an Affiliate Scholar at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. Omer has a deep and global understanding of the regulatory landscape. In this episode, we asked him to give us an overview of the state of privacy in the world in 2022. From the US to Europe and China, new data privacy regulations are popping up everywhere, making it increasingly important for companies to have tools like synthetic data to comply. Tune in to learn about:
  • the emerging privacy landscape in the US
  • what are the challenges and the expected impact of a federal data privacy legislation
  • how enforcement of data privacy laws differ in the US and in the EU
  • how sentiment about data privacy is shifting 
  • why data privacy is a high priority topic in the US
  • how start-ups should handle data privacy from the get-go
  • regulating adtech companies and data brokers
  • the new data privacy law in China (PIPL) and its challenges
  • the hottest topics in privacy: crypto, NFTs, the metaverse, and how society is affected
  • who are the privacy generalists, and why do we need them