Heather Vigil Littler Mendelson, Shareholder
Joanne Charles Microsoft, Attorney, Privacy & Regulatory Affairs
Ravi Inthiran Ripple Labs, Inc., Privacy Officer and Senior Director, Compliance
Stuart Lee VMware, Inc., Senior Director & Chief Privacy Officer
Mark Brennan Hogan Lovells, Partner
Program Level: Intermediate
Duration: 61 minutes
Delivery Date: April 4, 2019
Release Date: May 28, 2019
Customer trust, corporate responsibility and regulatory obligations are issues engulfing not only the tech industry but all corporations that have direct-to-consumer relationships. While tech executives are testifying before Congressional committees regarding potential federal privacy legislation, California already has passed the most stringent consumer privacy legislation yet seen in the United States. Taking its lead from the recent European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) grants individuals rights of access to their personal data, rights to block disclosure of that data and rights to demand erasure of the data, as well as unprecedented private rights of action for data breaches. Our distinguished panelists will explore the implications of these developments for American business and offer a guide to helping organizations cope with these unprecedented changes.
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Shareholder, Littler Mendelson
Attorney, Privacy & Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft
Privacy Officer and Senior Director, Compliance, Ripple Labs, Inc.
Senior Director & Chief Privacy Officer, VMware, Inc.
Partner, Hogan Lovells