• Our no bullsh*t guide to #Winning at POPIA

  • The rise of #FUNLAW

  • When POPIA applies to what we say…

  • Telemarketing in South Africa: Navigating the POPIA landscape

  • CIPC’s breach: don’t get caught catnapping

  • Can we find balance in AI and privacy governance?

  • Ever wonder how Elizabeth became a plain language lawyer? It’s utterly random.

  • Nothing new under the sun (and legal design is no different)

  • When AI and privacy governance collide

  • Billables & Burnout

  • Making the case for legal design

  • The Rehabilitated Lawyer: Join us online!

  • Read: White paper on the impact of POPIA on cookies, advertising, marketing and privacy (with some cats thrown in)

  • Alright stop – POPIA time!

  • Marketers vs Lawyers: Why can’t we all just get along?

  • #Funlaw Challenge: 30 Posts in 30 Days

  • Much ado about f*ckall

  • How to be funny AF

  • Introducing… The Last POPIA Book You Will Ever Need

  • 5 things information officers and octopuses have in common

  • Why it’s okay to be funny about serious things

  • Info Wars Episode IX: The Information Regulator Strikes Back

  • Do you need a POPIA crash course (or something a little stronger)?

  • How to write contracts that actually work

  • Not another POPIA white paper: 10 years, 10 lessons

  • How to start your POPIA compliance project during lockdown

  • Are you mature enough for POPIA?

  • Life or privacy: do we really have to choose? A reading list.

  • It’s time to put on your own oxygen mask

  • POPIA is coming, look busy.

  • Write policies that matter

  • Does data minimisation spark joy?

  • Hacks, leaks and breaches: the critical need for data privacy and regulation

  • Hacking data breaches: We need a new breed of compliance officer

  • Why your legal and compliance teams need a #complianoscopy

  • Direct marketing and the dreaded consent

  • Celebrate International Data Privacy Day with us!

  • CHEERS TO 2018, BRING ON 2019!

  • A lawyer, a communication specialist and a change manager walk into a bar…

  • HAVE YOU HEARD? UPDATED POPIA REGS TABLED AT PARLIAMENT

  • Ethics and data protection in AI

  • Why, and what now Europe?

  • The C-word

  • Heard around the office: POPIA compliance framework

  • Compliance & Legal consultant

  • GDPR and POPIA – what you need to know

  • Crying over spilled data. Greenwich University and the GDPR.

  • Employee policies: help your employees play well with others

  • Why I deleted my Facebook account

  • POPIA compliance and Codes of Conduct

  • A bunch of our favourite (free) EU GDPR reads

  • Sick of spammers? Know your rights.

  • Your right to privacy. How will it change under POPIA?

  • 4 things you can do today to protect your privacy

  • Be smart about sharing your information

  • Are your lawyers still not writing in plain language?

  • What we’re up to: Plain Language Policies

  • Plain language privacy notices: Win your customers' trust

  • Better forms build better relationships and better data

  • Access denied. When may you refuse someone access to their PI?

  • Survivor: Privacy Shield

  • How to deal with a data breach in your business

  • SA’s largest data breach & how you can protect your data

  • Get the right operator contracts in place in 6 simple steps

  • The 5 key elements of a BYOD policy

  • Unpacking the Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Bill  

  • UK Data Protection Bill introduced 

  • Nightmare on direct marketing street

  • Hot off the press: POPI Regulations out for comment

  • Can plain language mitigate risk?

  • 6 Steps to build your Business Continuity Program (BCP)

  • 3 Things that will torpedo risk management

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  • Your strong P@ssW0Rd may not be as unhackable as you think

  • Does complying with the security requirement in POPI make you WannaCry?

  • State of the Privacy Shield

  • Employment 101

  • How a POPI project can mitigate the risks of a ransomware attack

  • Protecting your Intellectual Property

  • Making online terms stick

  • Pawning (not pimping) your car

  • To and/or (and/)or not to and/or?

  • Complain like a Boss: Some advice for consumers

  • Edcon found guilty of unlawful charges

  • Save the Advertising Standards Association!

  • Exclusions of liability: Don't make it worse than it has to be!

  • You have a data breach…now what?

  • E-mail disclaimers: Are they worth the e-mail they are written on?

  • Processing child information: It doesn’t get more personal than that…

  • The importance of punctuation…

  • POPI or PawPaw? Who cares.

  • Information Regulator says no…effective date this year

  • Direct email marketing around the world (well, almost)

  • Our top five favourite privacy notices

  • No-one knows when POPI is coming (but they sure like to pretend that they do)

  • Our favourite lawyer jokes

  • Rethinking privacy policies

  • USA's long arm of the law just got cut off

  • What happens if you don't comply with POPI?

  • Privacy by design – getting it right from the start

  • Cybercrimes bill published

  • 5 reasons why POPIA compliance (blegh!) matters

  • Cybersecurity Bill approved by Cabinet

  • 10 reasons why e-learning is the way to go!

  • From ??? to A-HA!!! Risk mitigation through training

  • Giving hope to the hopeless – helping over-indebted people reclaim their lives

  • Icasa Regulations On Code Of Conduct For Premium Rated Services

  • How to calculate Minimum Expense Norms

  • Privacy implications of CIPC data

  • Is this where the word 'spam' comes from?

  • Direct marketing: Opt-in or Opt-out??

  • POPI Online training Programme now available

  • Smart Contracts – the end of the traditional paper contract?

  • The CPA and quality problems (cars as a case study)

  • Cancellation of fixed term agreements, once and for all

  • Drowning in Red Tape: The new threshold for registration as a credit provider

  • Copyright and Originality: Preserve your Notes!

  • Why Information Governance is more than protecting personal information

  • Standard Bank v Dlamini: A plain language coup in the Durban High Court

  • Explaining the grey listed terms in the Consumer Protection Act (regulation 44)

  • In search of plain language