Limits on private-sector collection and use of data (BoK II)

The second domain of the CIPP/US exam focuses on private-sector collection and use of data, and legal limitations on this.


  • Introduction to course/Domain (BoK Domain II) Video — 00:08:20
    • CIPP/US body of knowledge II focuses on the private sector, so let’s introduce the basics.

  • Cross-sector FTC Privacy protection 1 (BoK IIA, A-D) Video — 00:27:13
    • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has an important role in privacy protection and enforcement.

  • Cross-sector FTC privacy protection 2 (BoK IIA, E) Video — 00:18:44
    • Let’s look at the future of big data, AI and IoT and privacy enforcement.

  • Healthcare and medical Video — 00:27:24
    • The healthcare (medical) sector has special regulations to protect patient privacy, including HIPAA and HITECH.

  • Financial Video — 00:24:55
    • The finance and investment sector is heavily regulated on many fronts, and that includes privacy.

  • Education Video — 00:17:16
    • Legal requirements for privacy extend to the education sector, including FERPA to protect student privacy.

  • Telecommunications and marketing Video — 00:27:28
    • The telecommunications sector and marketers have privacy rules they need to abide by also.

  • Conclusion to domain 2 Video — 00:07:20
    • John wraps up CIPP/US Domain 2.

  • CIPPUS course 3 review questions Assessment — 6 questions — 00:03:00


Course description

Laws and regulations limit how the private sector can collect, store, share and use data. Some rules apply broadly, some to specific sectors. We will review the role of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and rules for organizations in fields of healthcare

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John Bandler is a lawyer, consultant, speaker, teacher, and author in the areas of cybersecurity, cybercrime, privacy, investigations, and more. He is the founder of Bandler Law Firm PLLC and Bandler Group LLC, legal and consulting practices that help organizations and individuals with cybersecurity, the prevention and investigation of cybercrime, privacy, compliance, risk management, and governance. John has expertise in many subjects, holds a number of certifications, and is a prolific writer and speaker. His first book is Cybersecurity for the Home and Office, his second book is Cybercrime Investigations, an extensive resource regarding the law, technology, process, and skills regarding the investigation of cybercrime. John has authored articles on a range of topics and teaches professionals and students at the undergraduate, graduate, and law school levels. Before entering private practice, John served in government as an assistant district attorney in the New York County District Attorney’s Office where he investigated and prosecuted criminal offenses ranging from cybercrime, virtual currency money laundering, and traditional street crimes and frauds. Prior to that, he served as a state trooper in the New York State Police providing full police services to the local community.

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