WireWheel for Video Gaming & Entertainment Industry

Let’s Tackle DSAR Together

Are you struggling to comply with GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws?

For those of us watching and working with companies in the video game industry, there are serious challenges arising for those trying to make sure they comply with GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws. And the same compliance challenges arise repeatedly.

We’ve seen three main reasons why DSARs have become a significant challenge in the Video Game Industry:

High Number of DSAR Requests

Video game and entertainment companies are getting a lot of DSAR requests. Kids play a lot of video games, and because parents can initiate DSARs on behalf of their kids, gaming companies are getting significant numbers of those requests.

Complex Privacy Analysis

The privacy analysis involving gaming data could be complex. Data is intertwined, involving multiple players, their interactions and their communications. If one player asks for their data, gaming companies need to ensure that they are not sharing one person’s’ data with another.

Volume of Data

The volume of data at issue could be very high. Video games involve not only provided information about the players but logged and observed data about what the players did, together with communication between players. There can be an enormous amount of personal information for these game platforms.

Critical Elements for DSARs or VCRs

Connect with Justin at the Video Game Bar Association Summit

LUNCH AND LEARN

 1:00PM – 2:00PM

Join Justin Antonipillai, Founder and CEO of WireWheel, for a lunch and learn session on Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) — learn the five critical elements to make sure you address key requirements and have the right solution in place for DSARs. Get the insights you need to simply and proactively manage your process and confidently tackle DSARs.

PRIVACY UPDATE

 2:45PM – 3:45PM

As connected games and mobile experiences collect increasing amounts of user data and personally identifiable information, the more liable game developers and publishers become in terms of safe-guarding that information. Compliance with US and international government privacy requirements also becomes a crucial matter for the continued survival of the game industry. This session looks at where data comes from, at defense, at legal countermeasures, and at response to data breaches, cross-border privacy, and children-specific privacy regulations and best practices.

Moderator: Justin Antonipillai | Founder & CEO of WireWheel.io

Panelists:
Felix Hilgert | Counsel at Osborne
Joe Newman | Associate at Fenwick & West
Nick Mitchell | Managing Attorney at Wizards of the Coast

42% of the more than 18,000 data protection-related complaints lodged in 2016 with the Information Commissioner’s Office in the UK were about individuals’ rights to access their personal data

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View the slides Justin Antonipillai, Founder and CEO of WireWheel presented during the The Video Game Bar Association (VGBA) Summit.