Prepare for the Introduction to the Government and Court Access to Private-Sector Information domain of the Certified Information Privacy Professional/US (CIPP/US) exam.
- [Mike] Government agencies and courts sometimes request access to personal information to pursue their regulatory, investigative, and judicial duties. These requests are subject to different laws and regulations than other requests for personal information. Privacy professionals have a delicate balancing act that they must maintain when handling governmental requests for information. On one hand, they have an obligation to follow the law and to comply with lawful requests for information. On the other hand, they do have a responsibility to protect personal information from unauthorized access. This balance requires a thorough understanding of the law and a willingness to push back against requests that might seem outside the bounds of what is legal or required. The Certified Information Privacy Professional, or CIPP Certification, includes coverage of these boundaries to ensure that privacy professionals are able to best serve their organization and its stakeholders. Hi, I'm Mike Chapple, and I'd like to invite you to watch my course on government and court access to information. It's part of a five course series preparing you for the CIPP Exam. I hope that you'll join me as we explore government and court access to personal information in the United States.
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