NEXT ON CLBR: PRIVACY ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC

FEBRUARY 6TH ON CYBER LAW AND BUSINESS REPORT

1PM EASTERN/ 10 AM PACIFIC

 

Segment 1:  Mobile Privacy Initiatives
Jules Polonetsky
Director/Co-Chair
Future of Privacy Forum

Segment 2:  EU and US: A Growing Continental Divide on Privacy?
Phil Lee
Field Fisher Waterhouse


polenJules Polonetsky has served since November 2008 as Co-chair and Director of the Future of Privacy Forum, a think tank seeking to improve the state of online privacy by advancing responsible data practices. His previous roles have included serving as Chief Privacy Officer at AOL and before that at DoubleClick, as Consumer Affairs Commissioner for New York City, as an elected New York State Legislator and as a congressional staffer, and as an attorney. He has served on the boards of groups such as TRUSTe, the IAPP, the Network Advertising Initiative, the Privacy Projects, and the Better Business Bureau (NY Region).

guests privacyPhil Lee is a Partner in the Privacy and Information Law Group at Field Fisher Waterhouse, advising on all aspects of data privacy and information law as well as wider online regulation. Phil holds Certified Information Privacy Professional (Europe) (CIPP/E) status.

Phil has particular specialisms in behavioural profiling and cookie regulation, e-marketing, and international data transfer strategies (including binding corporate rules). He has worked on numerous multi-jurisdictional data privacy projects across more than 30 countries. In addition to privacy and information law, Phil regularly advises on a wide variety of technology, social media, and e-commerce projects.

Phil holds an MA in Computer Science from Cambridge University and a postgraduate diploma in Intellectual Property from Bristol University. He is a frequent contributor to Field Fisher Waterhouse’s Privacy & Information Law blog and is also a contributing author to the IAPP’s “European Privacy: Law and Practice for Data Protection Professionals” and Wolter Kluwers’ “Global Privacy & Security Laws”. Phil is a committee member of the Society for Computer and Law’s Privacy & Data Protection Group.

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