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The Privacy Advisor Podcast

Apr 3, 2020

Telecommunications companies across the world, including in Germany, Brazil and China have granted their governments access to customers' cellphone data in an effort to help track the COVID-19. Other countries are more cautious; the Dutch DPA called for emergency legislation before sharing occurs, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said a flat no, for now. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Heather Federman, vice president of privacy and policy at BigID, discusses the potential longterm implications of location data agreements and the role privacy officers should play in board room discussions on sharing customer data.