GDPR is a Free Space. Everyone Gets It.
Fingerprint; Everyone is unique; even online.
AI: Artificial Intelligence. It WILL kill us all (unless it saves us all)
Anonymous Data. It's not personal.
Blockchain - no one knows how it works but everyone wants to use it
The Cloud - where your stuff is always available; to you and to hackers and prying authorities
COPPA - Protecting kids since ... wait how old are you?
Data Mapping - Like National Treasure and Pirates of the Caribbean but way fewer explosions
DNT (Do Not Track) - it was dead, but is back again? Unclear.
More accurate than your mom in finding your face in a crowd
This is a picture of a dumpster fire.
Max Schrems - 'Likes' Facebook
Snowden - protecting your privacy while Putin looks over his shoulder
Trump has really driven Twitter to tears. Sad!
It all really boils down to how much you trust your apps to have your back
Poor Alice and Bob really have trouble communicating securely
Walking Out of NTIA Stakeholder meetings since 2015
Outside Counsel: The most expensive way to tell your boss you were right all along
E-Privacy Regulation: Somehow Not Strict Enough for Working Party 29
Hackers, black hats, script kiddies, and people that can iterate through integers in a URL pattern
Harbors weren't safe enough, so we moved to a shield.
Vendors, vendor management, etc.
Cross Device: So You Can Pause Your Phone Spotify From Your Computer App
Smart TV: The TV that watches you back
User Control: Letting the users do some stuff for a change
Unfairness - the FTCs other superpower
IAPP: The organization that brought you this conference and useful emails
Everyone's talking about innovation but I haven't seen much in privacy policies
Internet Of Things - so your toaster and your fridge have friends and can talk to each other when you're at work
Privacy By Design: Making Developers deal with lawyers sooner in the sprint
Privacy Impact Assessments: Proving to auditors you really really really covered your ass
Precise Geo - making Ubers slightly less awful to locate
The NSA told us [redacted] and they use this mostly for [redacted]
Self Regulation - making neither side happy since invented
Sensitive Data: stuff you really don't want computers to know about you
Smart Toaster - the best IOT device no one needs
Target breach / predictive analytics - quality tropes
Letting others see your secret sauce, but on your terms and on your time
We expect you to blame someone else for not hearing this topic mentioned
Adtech: keeping the internet free and advocates employed/busy
Algo Transparency: 'yea we just TensorFlow'd it'
Article 29 Working Party - protecting Europe -ahem- the world's privacy this millennium
Beacons: Helping your devices chart a course through real space by turning it into cyberspace
Biometrics: faces, palms, fingerprints, facepalms
Compliance: Keeping lawyers employed since the dawn of time
Cookies: Keeping you logged in and advertisable since 99
Convincing the C Suite of anything requires a solid understanding of weird business-sports metaphors and skating to where the puck is going
Data Breaches: floods of 1s and 0s you can't put back in your datalake
De-Identification - what we do with data when we don't care about the person so much anymore
Ethics: works best when the audience isn't a soulless CPU
Fines: How you get big companies to pay attention and small companies to go bankrupt
The FTC - the privacy cop on the beat
Genetic Privacy - a bit more sensitive than your zip code.