April 29, 2020
Before COVID-19, the privacy discussion this year was mainly about the California Consumer Privacy Act. Now it's about healthcare data sharing, contact tracing and monitoring remote workers. Omer Tene of the International Asssociation of Privacy Professionals discusses the pandemic's influence on global privacy concerns.
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group, Tene discusses:
- The state of privacy;
- Concerns about healthcare data sharing, contact tracing and monitoring remote workers;
- The emergence and enforcement of new legislation.
Tene is vice president and chief knowledge officer at IAPP. He's also an affiliate scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and a senior fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum.