You Don’t Know What you Don’t Know: Creating Privacy Impact Assessments

Large Scale Data Breaches – A Need for Urgent Action Last spring, Facebook exposed data on 87 million of its users to a researcher at Cambridge Analytica. That researcher, Aleksandr Kogan, built a Facebook app that asked a variety of questions using a quiz-like format, thereby collecting data from people who took the quiz. However […]

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3 Reasons Why Working for a Startup is Better than Working for a Larger Company

For the past four months I have had the pleasure of working at CEO Law, an alternative legal services company, exposing me to the fast-paced, exciting world of startups.  As a University student looking to make headway in my career, the opportunity has proven to be invaluable to both my personal and professional development.  Reflecting […]

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What Drives You?

I’ve thought long and hard about this question.  The answer is slightly different for everyone.   At our core, most of us want important essentials like financial security, career progression, and a work-life balance that lets us enjoy life outside of the office.  But are those the things that really drive us to do what we […]

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Too Many Options?

Having options is a luxury of the world that we live in today. But that same luxury can be a curse if we choose to ignore the ever-changing landscape of so many industries in which we are consumers. Complacency and the unwillingness to acknowledge the utility of alternative offerings can be a competitive disadvantage. Just […]

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