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Wondering how do your peers deal with data subjects’ requests under the GDPR? Or how you can leverage your GDPR implementation work for the California Consumer Privacy Act?
This is a private member only event for those who will be in Austin for the IAPP PSR conference, you are invited to join a small group of FPF member companies for an informal breakfast to swap GDPR compliance tips with your peers and share initial thoughts around your approach to CCPA – the discussion will be centered around dealing with requests from data subjects/consumers. We will meet over lunch from 12:00-1:30pm on October 18, 2018 in a private room very close to the conference venue.
PwC’s Jocelyn Aqua and FPF’s Policy Counsels, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna and Lauren Smith will co-host the discussion. There is no formal program and no commitment to stay the entire time. We have held a few of these sessions in different cities and they have been productive.
Please contact Barbara Kelly for membership information.
The International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners first met in 1979. It has been the premier global forum for data protection authorities for over three decades. The Conference seeks to provide leadership at international level in data protection and privacy and links 115 privacy and data protection authorities from across the globe. The EDPS is the independent European data protection authority charged with monitoring the processing of personal data by more than seventy EU institutions and bodies of the European Union. It has been a member of ICDPPC since 2004. The Commission for Personal Data Protection of the Republic of Bulgaria is the Bulgarian data protection authority and has been a member since 2010. The indicative dates of the 40th Conference are 22-26 October 2018 but these are subject to confirmation later in 2017. For more information, visit https://icdppc.org/ or contact the ICDPPC Secretariat at [email protected]
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) presents “Data Min(d)ing: Privacy and Our Digital Identities,” a Symposium featuring a slate of panelists who are privacy thought leaders from academia, government, and industry. Panelists will discuss privacy concerns on topics ranging from genetics and data sharing to internet-connected devices and technological tools.
Seating for the event is limited. Please only register if you plan to attend the Symposium in person. The event will also be live streamed on www.HHS.gov/live.
If you register to attend in person, be sure to bring your photo ID and arrive 15 minutes prior to the program’s commencement to allow enough time to get through security. Registration and sign in will open at 8:30AM, with opening remarks scheduled to begin at 9:15AM.
If you have any additional questions, would like to request a reasonable accommodation, or need to contact us the day of the event, please email [email protected]
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COPPA at 20: Protecting Children’s Privacy in the New Digital Era
With Senator Ed Markey (D-MA), FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter, and other speakers.
11:45am – Doors Open
12:00pm – Opening Keynote: FTC Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter
12:30pm – Panel 1: COPPA at 20: The Evolving Tech Landscape
Much has changed in the twenty years since COPPA was enacted. Connected toys, home IoT devices, and the emergence of major content platforms are changing how children interact with the internet. At the same time, new research has raised concerns about childhood development and addiction. How has COPPA’s implementation evolved over the last 20 years to meet the issues raised by these new developments? What challenges does this new landscape present?
1:45pm – Panel 2: Interpreting COPPA: Key Questions and Challenges
Several key issues in COPPA’s implementation continue to raise questions for companies, advocates, courts and regulators interpreting the law. As large-scale data collection becomes more ubiquitous, new questions emerge regarding COPPA’s application to operators of “general audience”devices.How is “actual knowledge” being interpreted? How has the proliferation of third-party data trackers and complex, multi-sided platforms impacted efforts to assign liability? Has the FTC’s approach to “personal information” been successful, and should more be done?
3:00pm – Panel 3: Enforcing COPPA: Successes, Challenges & Opportunities
COPPA takes a somewhat unique approach to self-regulation. The law includes a provision enabling industry groups or others to submit for Commission approval self-regulatory guidelines that implement the protections of the Commission’s final Rule.Is this approach considered a success? What challenges have regulators and advocates faced in enforcing this Safe Harbor program? What lessons might COPPA have for broader privacy enforcement?
4:30pm – Closing Keynote: Senator Ed Markey (D-MA)
5:00pm – Event Ends
Lunch will be provided.
For more information, to submit a dietary request, or to request an accommodation relating to a disability, please contact [email protected]
Georgetown Institute for Tech Law & Policy | The Future of Privacy Forum | Center for Democracy & Technology | Common Sense Media | Consumers Union
This webinar will provide the current status of the regulation, how it will impact your business, and best practices to build and implement a compliance plan.
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