Patricia Wyrod Tech Law SF Group, Founder
Marc Pappalardo Glint Inc. (acquired by LinkedIn), Head of Legal and Privacy
Priya Sanger Patreon, Deputy Legal Counsel
Program Level: Intermediate
Duration: 60 minutes
Delivery Date: October 29, 2018
Release Date: May 28, 2019
Patricia Wyrod, seasoned Silicon Valley technology attorney, is joined by the General Counsel of Glint.com, Marc Pappalardo, and the Deputy Legal Counsel of Patreon.com, Priya Sanger, to discuss practical tips for GDPR compliance by US companies. Our in-house attorney speakers represent two of the fastest growing technology companies in San Francisco, with $185M in venture financing between them. Their prior roles include data privacy positions with Big Data companies Google and Silver Spring Networks.
This is an information-packed, dynamic discussion and we assume that listeners have some introductory knowledge of the GDPR. The speakers will share war stories and practical tips for negotiating technology contracts with customers and vendors where the parties are required to share personal data in order to meet their business objectives. We will identify topics where the GDPR does not provide specific requirements for compliance but instead outlines best practices. How do experienced technology attorneys navigate these new legal concepts, which sometimes are not clearly stated in the GDPR, in the real world?
At the end of this session, participants will be better able to identify areas where their US company clients are not compliant with the GDPR and understand what actions they can take to lessen or avoid the risk of not protecting the rights and freedoms of EU data subjects.
– Mins 1-15: Data Protection by Design and Default: Creating products with built-in ability to manage GDPR privacy obligations; best practices to be followed
– Mins 16-30: Collecting Data: Your US Company’s Obligations
6 principles to be followed
– Mins 31-45: Special Categories of Data Some data merits special protections under the GDPR and use of this data requires the explicit consent of the data subject
– Mins 46-60: Data Breaches: Your US Company’s Obligations
This program is currently available for general credit in the following states:
*In Hawaii and New Jersey, we rely on their reciprocity policies pursuant to which our programs are deemed accredited once they are approved in the various reciprocity states where we apply such as California, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas.
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Founder, Tech Law SF Group
Head of Legal and Privacy, Glint Inc. (acquired by LinkedIn)
Deputy Legal Counsel, Patreon