Global Developments in Privacy Law and Policy

Here Is What You Will Learn 
Learn about the building blocks of privacy law, as well as the key privacy policy institutions throughout the world.
Explore how cybersecurity, the regulation of digital platforms, and competition law increasingly have a significant impact on information privacy law.
Learn about how a “Brussels Effect” through EU data protection law is influencing privacy regulations globally.
Learn about the key government actors in the US and the EU are shaping privacy outcomes as well as the role of international organizations and forum such as the OECD.
Learn how privacy law affects international data transfers, including the impact of the EU GDPR on data flows.
Get the latest on the US and other nations approach to enabling cross-border data flows and protecting privacy, including the US-EU Data Privacy Framework, and explore other international regulations in this area. 
Meet Your Expert: Paul Schwartz
Paul Schwartz is the Jefferson E. Peyser Professor at UC Berkeley School of Law and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology. Schwartz is the co-author of the leading casebook, Information Privacy Law, and the distilled guide, Privacy Law Fundamentals, each with Daniel Solove. Schwartz has testified before Congress and served as an advisor to the Commission of the European Union and other international organizations. He assists corporations and international organizations with regulatory, policy, and governance issues relating to information privacy. He is a graduate of Brown University and Yale Law School, where he served as a senior editor of the Yale Law Journal.

Who will benefit from this content?

Attorney's working on privacy law and/or cybersecurity law.
Government Officials
Officials working on privacy law and policy, cybersecurity, cross-border data flows of personal data, and international trade policy. 
People in Business
 People responsible for formulating and executing public policy outcomes for their companies with respect to privacy, cybersecurity, transfers of personal data across borders, and international trade.  
Civil Society
People engaged in developing and advocating policy solutions in areas such as privacy, cybersecurity, human rights and international trade. 
Full Deep Dive
Earn up to 6 CLE Credits and/or
a CPD Certificate
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  • 5 hours of video  
  • 2 live lectures with Professor Paul Schwartz (Berkeley Law)  
  • Powerpoints & Reading Material
  • Join a global Network of privacy professionals
Earn 1 CLE Credit per module and/or a CPD Certificate
$190 per module
  • 1 Hour of Video  
  • Powerpoints & Reading Material
  • purchase all modules and get access to the live lecturs by Professor Paul schwartz (Berkeley Law)
 Earn a CPD Certificate

$65 per video
  • access a library of 15 videos each approx 20mins
  • powerpoints & Reading Material
  • Purchase all videos and earn a CPD certificate and get access to the live lectures by Professor Paul Schwartz (Berkeley Law)
Watch an introduction by Professor Paul Schwartz
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What is a CPD Certificate 
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