The Internet & Privacy Law Committee of the Business Law Section is pleased to announce its upcoming Privacy Law Symposium, hosted by the Committee and the Institute for Innovation Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. The event will take place on March 23, 2017 at UC Hastings in San Francisco.
This program will present panel discussions on recent data privacy issues.
The first panel at 4.30pm is on data minimization. The speakers are Professor Jill Bronfman, Jared Gordon (attorney at McCormick Barstow, LLP) and Sue Gomez (Sr. Director, Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy at Sandisk). The core of the talk will be data minimization as a strategy for maintaining the privacy of customer and corporate data. Prof. Bronfman will elaborate on the basic approach of data minimization, and the panel will talk about the application of data minimization in specific contexts, such as:
- Temporary data collection and use
- Customer data and customer data breaches
- Payment information and PCI/DSS standards
- Physical border transit and border crossing
- Health information and HIPAA
The second panel, starting at 6pm, discusses the recent legal developments relating to the U.S. -- EU Data Privacy Shield and GDPR, including discussion on international data transfers, particularly to the EU. The speakers are Mark Aldrich and Alexandra Ross, Senior Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel at Autodesk. Inc.
Anyone who practices, touches or is interested in these areas of law is encouraged to attend. For more information and registration please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/internet-privacy-law-symposium-uc-hastings-tickets-32144817013.