Annual Conference 2015 Videos

36 videos recorded at the Privacy Laws & Business 28th Annual International Conference, Privacy in a Connected World, 6 - 8 July 2015, Cambridge, UK

Videos produced by New Planet Films (www.newplanetfilms.com)

 

Chairman’s Introduction: Privacy in a Connected World
Stewart Dresner, Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business, UK

 

Introduction to Privacy Laws & Business services
Stewart Dresner, Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business, UK

 

Global proliferation of data privacy laws: Future implications and European influences
Professor Graham Greenleaf, University of New South Wales, Australia and Asia-Pacific Editor, Privacy Laws & Business International Report



A better resourced data protection régime: The Irish Data Protection Commissioner's expanded regulatory priorities
Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner, Ireland



Unforeseen events and their consequences when managing a global privacy function
Olga Ganopolsky, General Counsel, Privacy and Data Legal and Governance, Group Legal, Commercial Macquarie Group, Australia



What Epsilon is doing to comply with the US Safe Harbor and how its privacy policies and practices vary in different countries
Jeanette Fitzgerald, Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, Epsilon, USA



Privacy in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
Brian Meenagh, Latham & Watkins, United Arab Emirates



Consensual tracking for insurance purposes

Insure The Box Case Study: How to demand more from the data in your car
Helena Wootton, Partner, Browne Jacobson, UK


Consensual tracking for insurance purposes
Insure The Box Case Study: How to demand more from the data in your car
Charlotte Halkett, Head of Business Development, Insure The Box, UK

 

Wearable technologies: Privacy, data security, associated risks and recommendations
Dr Mark Watts, Managing Partner, and Faye Harrison, Associate, Bristows, London

 

Eye in the sky: Drones, privacy and the law
Peter Lee, Senior Associate, Taylor Vinters, Cambridge

 

A privacy code of practice for drones
Attila Péterfalvi, President, National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, Hungary

 

How amendments to Hong Kong’s Personal Data Ordinance are impacting business
Fanny Wong, Deputy Privacy Commissioner, Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong

 

The FTC’s privacy leadership role in the US
Julie Brill, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC

 

The CNIL’s compliance programme in France
Florence Raynal, Head, European and International Affairs Department, the CNIL, Paris

 

The Netherlands Data Protection Authority’s programme of enforcement, cooperation and building bridges
Wilbert Tomesen, Deputy Chairman, the Netherlands DP Commission

 

“The ICO is in the possibilities business more than the prohibition business”
Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, UK 

 

The DPAs’ Global Privacy Enforcement Network 
Florence Raynal, Head, European and International Affairs Department, the CNIL, Paris
Wilbert Tomesen, Deputy Chairman, the Netherlands DP Commission 
Julie Brill, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC
Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, UK




Progress report on the EU Data Protection draft Regulation
Bruno Gencarelli, Head of Unit - Data Protection, Directorate-General for Justice, European Commission, Brussels
Giovanni Buttarelli, European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels
Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, President, CNIL, France and Chair, EU Art. 29 DP Working Party
Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, UK


Revision of the EU ePrivacy Directive: Cookies, unsolicited direct marketing messages, processing of location data
Jos Dumortier, time.lex - information & technology law, Brussels

 

The impact of new privacy legislation on e-commerce and online payments
Micah Thorner, General Counsel of Ingenico e-Payments, Global Collect Services, the Netherlands

 

The US Safe Harbor at 15
The facts around compliance and enforecement

Chris Connolly, Galexia, Australia

 

The U.S. – E.U. Safe Harbor: Keeping it afloat into the future                
Julie Brill, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC

 

The U.S. – E.U. Safe Harbor: Keeping it afloat into the future                
Bruno Gencarelli, Head of Unit, Data Protection, Directorate-General for Justice, European Commission, Brussels

 

Holding onto core Data Protection values
An alternative approach if the current negotiations on the EU Data Protection Regulation fail
Dr David Erdos, Lecturer in Law and the Open Society, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge

 

The Information Commissioner’s future priorities
Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, UK



European Data Protection Supervisor
The new European Data Protection Supervisor’s Priorities
Giovanni Buttarelli, European DP Supervisor, Brussels



Preparing now for the EU Data Protection Regulation
Eduardo Ustaran, Partner, Hogan Lovells, UK

 

Legitimate interests - Part 1
How Experian makes legitimate interests work: A model for other sectors?

Janet Lane and Michael Smith, Deputy General Counsel, Experian, UK

 

Legitimate interests - Part 1
How Experian makes legitimate interests work: A model for other sectors?

Janet Lane and Michael Smith, Deputy General Counsel, Experian, UK

 

One Stop Shop
Your main establishment in the EU and the impact of this decision in the context of the EU Data Protection draft Regulation
                
Laura Lemire, Attorney, Microsoft, Redmond, USA
John Bowman, Promontory, London
Florence Raynal, Head of the Department of European and International Affairs, CNIL, France
Karolina Mojzesowicz, Head of the Reform Sector, European Commission, Belgium

 

Connected cars
Kirsten Whitfield, Director, Wragge Lawrence Graham, UK

 

Connected cars
Tim Armitage, Project Director, UK Autodrive, (leading the UK’s driverless car consortium), Arup, United Kingdom



China's many data privacy laws: Convergence and enforcement
Professor Graham Greenleaf, University of New South Wales, Australia and Asia-Pacific Editor, Privacy Laws & Business

 

Surveillance
Always listening? Government agencies, telcos, and their access to your personal data in Europe and Asia

Richard Cumbley, Linklaters, London 

 

Surveillance
Always listening? Government agencies, telcos, and their access to your personal data in Europe and Asia

Peter Church, Counsel, Linklaters, London