In the U.S. and around the world, the privacy conversation is gaining momentum. New privacy legislation is in the works at local and national levels. Different regimes place emphasis on different aspects of privacy, with varying approaches to consumer rights, corporate accountability, transparency, and enforcement.
If you’re wondering what the next wave of privacy legislation will mean for your company, you aren’t alone.
In this two-part episode of Privacy Conversations, WireWheel CEO Justin Antonipillai talks with Julie Brill, privacy lead for Microsoft, Bruno Gencarelli, head of the international data flows and protection unit for the EU, and Alistair MacTaggart, the driving force behind CCPA.
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Will there be a Federal privacy law in the United States before the end of 2019? 2020?
How are emerging state and national privacy laws different and how are they the same?
Which privacy protections should be designed and implemented locally vs. nationally?
How will companies be able to manage privacy operations to meet multiple privacy requirements across the U.S and around the world?
Former Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Consumer advocate and driving force behind CCPA
Expert on privacy and data protection
Expert on privacy and data protection and former Under Secretary for Economic Affairs, US Dept. of Commerce
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