LinkedIn Live: 'Privacy after Biden's Win: A Live Discussion'
Published: November 2020
What will privacy be like under President-elect Joe Biden's administration? As the U.S. government switches gears, privacy is at the center of legislative, regulatory and policy discussions. What does Biden’s victory, alongside a divided Senate, mean for federal privacy legislation? Will the new administration succeed in defusing the cross-border data-flows situation? What are the implications for the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other federal agencies? How will the changes in D.C. interact with the California Consumer Privacy Act and California Privacy Rights Act? How will the government respond to data issues ranging from algorithmic transparency, fairness and equality to facial recognition and COVID-19 response? In this live session, IAPP Chief Knowledge Officer Omer Tene talks to former FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, Obama administration veteran Cameron Kerry, and Future of Privacy Forum Senior Counsel Stacey Gray, CIPP/US, as the panel takes questions from the audience.