Post-Brexit, it’s hard to know how the world will see the U.K. It’s certainly possible that global firms will feel the need to find a new English-speaking location for setting up an EU-based HQ. Might Dublin rise in prominence as a data protection gateway to the EU? Such is one of many questions with which IAPP VP of Research and Education Omer Tene will ply Dara Murphy, Minister of State for data protection in Ireland, as part of “A Bridge to Europe: Ireland's Growing Role in the Transatlantic Data Economy,” the kick-off to the Summit’s Conversations in Privacy series at 11 a.m. this morning. What’s Murphy like? Click the “Read More” link to see Murphy’s 2016 address to the Data Protection Intensive, in London.
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