Daniel Goldberg, CIPP/US
Daniel Goldberg is counsel to the Privacy & Data Security Group at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz. He is at the forefront of privacy and data security law, regularly advising clients on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and helping clients evaluate the legality of their proposed projects, develop data protection programs and policies, conduct due diligence on fundraising and acquisitions, and respond to data breaches and regulatory inquiries.
Mr. Goldberg has special expertise in ad tech and technology transactions. He routinely negotiates complex deals on behalf of top agencies, brands, and technology providers involving media buys, programmatic advertising, customer matching, and data licensing. He helps clients navigate legal concerns around sensitive data, such as geolocation data and health data, and across devices and platforms, such as mobile and social media. He also represents many companies in the video game sector, helping them address industry-specific concerns around data processing.
Mr. Goldberg was ranked by Chambers in 2020 as “Up and Coming” in Privacy & Data Security Nationwide, listed by Super Lawyers in 2020 as “Rising Star,” and recognized by The Legal 500 in 2019 for Cyber Law. He frequently speaks at trade events, including for CARU, ANA, IAPP, and ESRB, and built a speaking campaign around Alexa and virtual assistants that landed him engagements at South by Southwest and Social Media Week. He is actively involved in leadership roles at top industry associations, including as a CCPA Roundtable Co-Leader for IAB, Founding Member and Co-Chair of the MLRC Data Privacy Committee, and former KnowledgeNet Co-Chair for the Los Angeles Chapter of IAPP.
Contributions by Daniel Goldberg
Stream Wars: Data Privacy and the Rise of Digital Platforms
Speaker at IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2020 - Canceled
California Consumer Privacy Act - Legal Update
Speaker at Los Angeles KnowledgeNet: October 3, 2019
Branded Chatbots: Privacy, Advertising, and Ethical Risks
Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018