Join us on the podcast today when we sit down with Noe Leiva to talk about the legal side of data protection.
“In the U.S. the philosophy behind data protection has been protecting financial harms. So, people in the US have been more concerned, historically speaking, with identity theft, use of your Social security numbers, and taking out loans in their names.
In Europe the philosophy is very different and evolved very differently. During world war II governments were collecting an enormous about of data, personal data on their citizens. So that’s why we see GDPR describe Religious affiliation as sensitive personal data.
How have these different philosophies shaped how we look at data privacy today? Listen in to find out.”