Episode 39: Elizabeth Denham, Emma Briant, David Carroll and Chris Vickery
The Infotagion Podcast with Damian Collins MP
After a major investigation into the misuse of personal data for political purposes by Cambridge Analytica, the U.K. Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, talks to Damian Collins MP about her investigation’s conclusions and what comes next. With their reaction, Infotagion brings together three key witnesses to the scandal, Dr Emma Briant, Professor David Carroll and Chris Vickery.
The UK’s Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham joins SuperAwesome CEO Dylan Collins to discuss the groundbreaking Age Appropriate Design Code which just came into effect in the UK, as well as the the wider kids data privacy space.
GDPR Weekly Show Episode 104 :- Salesforce and Oracle, South Wales Police facial recognition, Ofqual investigated by ICO, Elizabeth Denham in Canada, More-ish Covid19 tracking app, OTC driver conduct hearing, IBM Annual Data Breach Report, Instagram, Blet
GDPR Weekly Show
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Salesforce and Oracle to be sued over their involvement in contextual advertising tracking, South Wales Police facial recognition ruled unlawful by UK Court of Appeal, Ofqual investigated by ICO over algorithm used for calculation of Covid-19 affected exam grades, Elizabeth Denham in Canada during Covid19 raises concerns about UK ICO effectiveness, More-ish launches new Covid19 tracking app, OTC driver conduct hearing publicity puts it in conflict with GDPR, IBM Annual Cost of Data Breach Report, Instagram retaining data after deletion by user leaving it in breach of GDPR, Bletchley Park Trust affected by Blackbaud data breach, Walgreens Pharmacy data breach after stores hit by looting, 2020 - a bad year for everyone but especially for Canon, Effect on transfer of genetic data following Schrems II ruling
Good Faith Weekly, 03/26/2020 - Interview with Reverend Elizabeth Denham Thompson
Good Faith Weekly
A weekly podcast exploring stories at the intersection of culture and faith through an inclusive Christian lens. This week we discuss the the importance of mental health during the pandemic, then Reverend Elizabeth Denham Thompson brings perspective from a psychotherapist.
Global Convergence in Digital Privacy? With Elizabeth Denham
Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Personal data is as important to modern digital businesses as finance and human capital. It is used to record customers’ behavior, predict it and even to manipulate it. But as awareness of these practices grows, is increasing concern among consumers influencing data regulation and regulators on both sides of the Atlantic? U.K. Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham gives her perspective on the global trends in data protection and privacy. Denham will discuss the big data cases her office has looked at—including Facebook, WhatsApp and Cambridge Analytica—and reflect on their international influence from her perspective as chair of her global regulatory community. Denham chairs the Global Privacy Assembly, which brings together digital data protection and privacy commissioners from around the world to share knowledge and build stronger cooperation. Denham will reflect on the recently implemented California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the impact of growing regulation around data protection and privacy, particularly in Silicon Valley. And crucially, she will talk about her office’s newly launched "children’s code," which sets out standards that digital services should meet to protect children’s privacy. Denham became the U.K.’s information commissioner in 2016. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the U.K.’s regulator for data protection and information rights. It enforces the law, both civil and criminal, against organizations that have violated data protection rules. Denham brings an international dimension to her U.K. role from her previous work as information and privacy commissioner for British Columbia and Canada and assistant privacy commissioner of Canada. She is recognized as one of the most influential people in her field, most recently in Politico’s list of 28 people shaping, shaking and stirring Europe. She also chairs the International Conference of Information Commissioners, which works globally to improve access to information rights. In association with the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology/UC Berkeley School of Law Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Normally, my guests are accomplished franchising icons, those who have been there, done that and come here to share nuggets about it all. Today, I have invited Elizabeth Dunham to the podcast. Elizabeth is a talented writer whose franchising experience is at best, early stage. But stay tuned and learn why this woman will deliver more value than you can possibly imagine, as the Founder and Publisher of The Franchise Woman, a newly minted, bi-monthly franchise publication, devoted specifically to women in franchising. Elizabeth’s story in many ways, parallels that of Professor John Hayes. He too, was an accomplished writer and knew little or nothing about franchising when he arrived on the scene. It wasn’t until he stumbled into our space, as the result of other circumstances in his life, that he focused his training as a writer and researcher like a laser beam on the intrigue and power of franchising. Professor Hayes went on to become a member of the Board of The Dwyer Group, the CEO of HomeVestors and now serves as the Titus Chair for Franchise Leadership at Palm Beach Atlantic University. It’s too soon to know exactly how or where the Franchise Woman will land, but for now, Elizabeth Denham is clearly intent on making a difference, by reporting on all things centered upon "Women in Franchising." Elizabeth sits at the helm of an exciting new franchise publication, featuring all aspects of women in our space and I am proud to have her join us, on Franchise Today.
Episode 8: The Franchise Woman Magazine with Elizabeth Denham
Let's Break Franchising!
What's been missing in franchising? Women leaders to take the businesses to the next level! Elizabeth Denham, publisher for The Franchise Woman magazine, joins us again just as she is ready to publish the premier issue of the magazine. We cover the leaders who pack the magazine full of information, tips, and guidance for women and men in franchising. Yes, men should read the magazine too! Many franchises are stuck in an old, men-only mindset with a few women who join their husbands or partner in a male-dominated franchise. The next phase of franchise growth is centered on women leading the charge and changing the business model in amazing ways that wrap the community into the profitability of each location. Listen in to get a look at The Franchise Woman magazine and check out the social media accounts that allow you to give feedback and connect with many of the writers...including our host, Bob Griffin. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefranchisewoman/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WomanFranchise LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/40963166/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefranchisewomanmagazine/ Many thanks go to Elizabeth for breaking franchising and highlighting women in franchising! Now, Let's Break Franchising! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-break-franchising/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-break-franchising/support
Episode 6: The Franchise Woman Magazine - Elizabeth Denham
Let's Break Franchising!
Franchising had a quiet revolution and the good-old-boys-club didn't even notice. Women in franchising has grown tremendously in the last few years and it doesn't look like it is slowing down. The data doesn't lie and franchisors need to open their eyes to what is happening. Support for women in leadership positions is at an all-time high and we fully support it. Elizabeth Denham, the publisher of The Franchise Woman magazine, is a force in her own right. She started The Franchise Woman magazine to help female owners build strong franchises and to help everyone understand the strength of female ownership. This isn't a man vs. woman thing. It is very much about female-led growth in an industry that has not catered to or targeted women as buyers or as leaders. The amount of information that can be learned and implemented from a different outlook can grow the internal culture of a franchise and develop sales that were not there before this revolution happened. We are honored to have Elizabeth on Let's Break Franchising! and look forward to being a subscriber to The Franchise Woman magazine which has it's first printing in November 2019. Get your subscription today! The Franchise Woman Website The Franchise Woman Media Kit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-break-franchising/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-break-franchising/support
In conversation with the Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham CBE
Institute for Government
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome the UK’s Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham CBE, to speak in conversation with Gavin Freeguard, Programme Director and Head of Data and Transparency at the Institute for Government.From Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, to private companies providing public services: data protection and information rights are at the heart of many of today’s biggest stories.Elizabeth Denham explored what the future holds for personal data in the UK, how citizens and consumers can be protected, and discussed her recent report Outsourcing Oversight? The case for reforming access to information law.Elizabeth Denham CBE has been Information Commissioner since July 2016 and in that role upholds both access to information and data protection rights.