If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on privacy law careers, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Karen Berkley, Jeewon Serrato and Eulonda Sykes about lateral moves and breaking into the privacy law field. I also maintain pages with advice and information about privacy law careers that […]
Webinar – Is Consumer Choice the Right Way to Protect Privacy?
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on privacy and consumer choice, you can watch the replay here. I discussed the challenges of consumer choice in privacy with Christine Lyon (Freshfields), and Troy Sauro (Google). I also have a paper on these issues that might be of interest, The Limitations of Privacy Rights, forthcoming in Notre Dame […]
Webinar on ADPPA – Bill for a Federal Comprehensive Privacy Law
If you couldn’t make it to my webinar to discuss a federal comprehensive privacy law you can watch the replay here. I spoke with an all-star set of speakers to discuss the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA), a bill that Congress might enact as the first federal comprehensive privacy law in the U.S. […]
Webinar – Privacy and Innovation: Strategies for Privacy Analyses of New Technologies
If you couldn’t make it to my webinar to discuss privacy and innovation, you can watch the replay here. David Keating (Alston & Bird), Ashley Massengale (Porsche) and Nameir Abbas (Okta), and I discussed practical approaches and tips for assessments of new technologies under privacy regulatory standards.
Webinar: Cross-Border Data Transfers: What’s Next?
If you couldn’t make my webinar to discuss cross-border data transfers, you can watch the replay here. Justin Antonipillai of Wirewheel, Josh Harris of BBB National Programs and I discussed the new framework between the US and the EU for cross-border data transfers as well as the CBPRs. We also discussed steps that companies […]
Webinar – Privacy Legislation: How to Create Effective Privacy Laws
In this webinar, I moderate a discussion about recent privacy laws, what works, what fails, the virtues/vices of a private right of action, and other ideas for creating good laws. Speakers include: Lauren Scholz (Florida State Law) Ari Waldman (Northeastern Law) Margot Kaminski (Colorado Law) You can see the archived webinar by clicking the button […]
Webinar – Worldwide Privacy Law: New Developments
In this webinar, I discuss recently-enacted worldwide privacy laws as well as new laws likely to be enacted this year with other experts. The webinar also covers enforcement trends, world regional developments, and cross-border data transfer. Speakers include: Lavonne Burke Hopkins (Dell) Rob Corbet (Arthur Cox) Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna (FPF) You can see the archived webinar […]
Privacy in 2022: The Year Ahead
In this free webinar, Prof. Daniel Solove discusses with a panel of experts the privacy issues to watch out for this year. Speakers include: Maneesha Mithal (Partner, Wilson Sonsini, formerly FTC) Omer Tene (Partner, Goodwin) Maureen Dry-Wasson (VP, General Counsel, and Global Privacy Officer, Allegis) The webinar will be held on Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 2 PM Eastern […]
Webinar Cross Border Data Transfer
In this webinar, Daniel Solove (GW Law and TeachPrivacy), Justin Antonipillai (WireWheel), Peter Swire (Alston & Bird), Kenneth Propp (Atlantic Council), and Shannon Yavorsky (Orrick) discuss the latest developments regarding cross-border data transfers.
Webinar: China’s PIPL – A New Era of Privacy in China
In this webinar (1 hour), Daniel Solove, Justin Antonipillai (CEO and Founder of WireWheel), Mingli Shi (Qualcomm), and Edward R. McNicholas (Ropes & Gray) discuss China’s Personal Information Privacy Law (PIPL). The discussion covers how China’s PIPL compares to the EU’s GDPR, keys to compliance, and potential future developments on privacy and security law […]