Webinar Series Replay

Global Privacy Day Forum

Justin Antonipillai
Founder and CEO
Alysa Hutnik
Kelley Drye
Karolina Mojzesowicz
Deputy Head of Unit Data Protection
European Commission
Stacey Schesser
Supervising Deputy Attorney General
California Department of Justice

Europe and the Next Wave of Privacy Regulations

The GDPR was implemented nearly five years ago, and has established Europe as a global leader in tech regulation. Now new regulations such as the DSA, DMA, AI Act, and the European Strategy for Data have changed the landscape.

Join us on January 10, 2023, for this webinar with Karolina Mojzesowicz, Deputy Head of Unit Data Protection, European Commission, where we will discuss the lessons learned from the implementation and enforcement of the GDPR, and explore how these new regulations will interact with it.

We will also address questions such as: Are there aspects of the GDPR that may need to be revisited in light of the new tech regulation? How can we ensure consistency and compatibility between these regulations? And, what support will be provided to European businesses to help them navigate and compete in this new regulatory landscape?

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in tech regulation in Europe.

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Enforcing and Implementing California’s Landmark Privacy Laws

Stacey Schesser, the California Attorney General, will be speaking on the topic of “Enforcing & Implementing California’s Landmark Privacy Laws.”

In this panel discussion, Ms. Schesser will provide an insider’s perspective on the enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). She will discuss the various tools at her disposal for ensuring compliance, as well as the challenges and opportunities presented by these laws to businesses.

Ms. Schesser will also offer practical advice for compliance, and an update on the latest developments in California’s privacy landscape.


Enforcement Under CCPA

In August, California Attorney General Bonta announced the first-ever California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement action, a $1.2M settlement with Sephora. While CCPA gives consumers a wide range of rights, it creates a series of obligations for businesses.

This groundbreaking Sephora case involved an overlap in marketing and privacy that many brands are now assessing: targeted advertising data collection and opt-out policies.