Privacy, Data and GDPR:
Best Practices for Creating An Online Privacy Policy

Course Duration - 1.5 - 2 Hours

Level - Intermediate

Course Description

This course Privacy, Data and GDPR: Best Practices for Creating an Online Privacy Policy provides you with the knowledge of the ongoing important issue of privacy and data. We will cover the following topics:

1. The Seven Principles of Privacy
2. Laws and Regulations Around the World including GDPR and COPPA
3. AI and Privacy
4. Blockchain and Privacy
5. Best Practices for Creating an Online Privacy Policy

We will have a holistic perspective of privacy and data from different angles - technology, laws and regulations and the fundamental principles of privacy.

Overall Course Objective

Almost every product requires a privacy policy. More and more, data and privacy protection are vital as technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain become prominent and more sophisticated. In this course, we will learn the seven principles of privacy and how these principles interplay with laws and regulations, emerging yet prominent technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain and privacy policies. You will learn best practices when collaboratively creating an online privacy policy for your product.


Whether you are a startup founder, an attorney, or a technologist, this course will help you navigate through the privacy and data issues and enable you to collaborate with your team to create an online privacy policy.

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Meet the Instructor

Michelle Tsing
Michelle Tsing

Michelle Tsing was an attorney at PayPal, where she helped the Large Merchant Services team achieved ubiquity. Prior to PayPal, she was at Cisco, eBay, Samsung and Apple. 

She co-founded a blockchain payments startup in 2015 and is a strategic advisor to a number of AI, blockchain and 3D printing companies. She is also a mentor for Singularity Univerisity Ventures, Berkeley Blockchain Accelerator, SVI Academy and Hack Temple, which are tech incubators located in the United States. 

She founded Robotics for Good: Chatbots, Messaging and AI community; and had donated her time to both The Loving AI/XPRIZE Project and Robots Without Borders. She is a member of the California and Georgia blockchain advocacy coalitions. She is also producer and host of Laptop Radio at Stanford University.

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