Personal Privacy Online, Data Condoms, And Protecting Your Kids

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shutterstock_520594918.jpgAt the Public Affairs Council Executive Meeting where I delivered a keynote speech titled “Why the Best Marketers Win Elections” I had a chance to interview Nuala O’Connor, @privacymama, President & CEO of the Center for Democracy & Technology, a global nonprofit committed to advancing our digital rights. We spoke about safeguarding your own and your kids’ online privacy.

Nuala has tons of experience that fascinates me. She previously served as Global Privacy Leader at General Electric (GE) and was responsible for privacy policy and practices across GE’s numerous divisions. Her most recent corporate experience was at Amazon.com, where she served as Vice President, Compliance & Consumer Trust, and Associate General Counsel Data & Privacy Protection.

She also served as the first statutorily appointed Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) in federal service when she was named as CPO at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). At DHS she was responsible for groundbreaking policy creation and implementation regarding the use of personal information in national security and law enforcement. Under her leadership, the DHS Privacy Office issued a seminal report criticizing the use of private-sector data in national security efforts.

Online privacy is important to all and there’s nobody better than Nuala O’Connor to give us a quick overview.

Direct link to Personal Privacy Online, Data Condoms, And Protecting Your Kids on YouTube.

What about those data condoms?

The SyncStop device is an essential protection in the digital age. They prevent accidental data exchange when your device is plugged into someone else’s computer or a public charging station. SyncStop achieves this by blocking the data pins on any USB cable and allowing only power to flow through. This minimizes opportunities to steal your data or install malware on your mobile device.

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