Annual Conference 2016 Videos

46 videos recorded at the Privacy Laws & Business 29th Annual International Conference, Great Expectations, 4 - 6 July 2016, Cambridge, UK

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

 

1. Chairman’s Introduction: Great Expectations
Stewart Dresner, Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business

 

2. Privacy Laws & Business Publications
Laura Linkomies, Editor, Privacy Laws & Business Reports

 

3. Great expectations and next steps resulting from the EU General Data Protection Regulation
Karolina Mojzesowicz, Head of the Reform Sector, Data Protection Unit, Justice, European Commission, Brussels

 

4. Building user control into product development at Google
William Malcolm, Senior Privacy Counsel, Global Privacy Legal, Google

 

5. National discretion: How Data Protection Authorities will interpret recitals and articles in the EU DP Regulation
Joëlle Jouret, Legal Advisor, Data Protection Commission, Belgium

 

6. National discretion: How Data Protection Authorities will interpret recitals and articles in the EU DP Regulation
Iain Bourne, Data Protection Policy Delivery Group Manager, Information Commissioner’s Office, UK

 

7. Lessons from an ethical hacker to minimise your vulnerability
Peter Wood, CEO, First Base Technologies LLP, UK

 

8. How to win your case before the Information Rights Tribunal
Dr. Robin Callender Smith, Professor of Media Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies QMUL, Barrister and Information Rights Judge, UK

 

9. The EU Data Protection Regulation package – The UK government’s perspective
Baroness Neville-Rolfe DBE CMG, Minister responsible for Data Protection Policy, UK

 

10. Bridge over troubled waters: Security mistakes organisations make explained so managers and lawyers can follow
Marc Dautlich, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP, London, UK

 

11. Bridge over troubled waters: Security mistakes organisations make explained so managers and lawyers can follow
Dr. Kuan Hon, Consultant Lawyer, Pinsent Masons LLP, London, UK

 

12. The impact of the EU General Data Protection Regulation on data security
Jon Bartley, Partner, Penningtons Manches LLP, London
Rowland Johnson, Founder and CEO of Nettitude, a cyber security consultancy

 

13. How Japan’s Commission is exercising its regulatory powers interpreting Japanese privacy law and culture
Tsuzuri Sakamaki, Counsel, the Secretariat, Personal Information Protection Commission (PIPC), Japan

 

14. Disparate Asian data protection laws: Developing business implementation strategies
Steve Tan, Partner, Deputy Head, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP

 

15. How the police and companies can work together on cybercrime to investigate and prosecute personal data theft and related crimes
Detective Inspector Deborah Donaghy, Cyber Crime Unit, Metropolitan Police, UK

 

16. Bridging the gap between lawyers, policymakers and engineers when building privacy-protective data systems
John Grant, Civil Liberties Engineer, Palantir Technologies, Palo Alto, USA

 

17. Bridging the gap between lawyers, policymakers and engineers when building privacy-protective data systems
Arjun Mody, Civil Liberties Engineer, Palantir Technologies, Palo Alto, USA

 

18. Impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on data protection law in the UK
Chair: Linklaters

 

19. The consent dilemma
Daniel Therrien, Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Ottawa

 

20. Clouds of Things and Personal Data
Christopher Millard, Professor of Privacy and Information Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

 

21. From elite footballers’ wearable tech in training to health data from everyone’s sports apps
Jordi Bacaria Martrus, Lawyer, Advocat-Abogado, Managing Partner, Global Legal Data, Barcelona, Spain

 

22. From elite footballers’ wearable tech in training to health data from everyone’s sports apps
Júlia Bacaria, Advocada, Advocada, Global Legal Data, Barcelona, Spain

 

23. The EU-US Privacy Shield and the future of EU adequacy for 3rd countries
Bruno Gencarelli, Head of Data Protection Unit, Justice, European Commission, Brussels

 

24. Connected Health: Risks and overcoming privacy challenges
Nigel Parker, Partner, Allen & Overy, London, UK

 

25. Connected Health: Risks and overcoming privacy challenges
Matthew Owens, Global Head Legal, Strategic Partnerships & Digital Medicine, Novartis Pharma, Switzerland

 

26. The role of genetic data in personalized medicine and in a changing world
Stefania Tonutti, PhD in law, new technologies and bioethics, University of Bologna, Italy

 

27. Doing business in Russia: Privacy law risk update
Anastasia Zagorodnaya, Of Counsel, Dentons, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

28. Data Protection law in Latin America: Between Europe and the United States
Dr. Ana Brian Nougreres, Advisor, national Parliament of Uruguay; Estudio Juridico Briann and Associates; Professor, Universidad de Montevideo; Lecturer, Universidad de la República Oriental del Uruguay

 

29. EDPS’s involvement in recent decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union
Anna Buchta, Head of Litigation and Institutional Policy, Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels

 

30. Mapping the privacy litigation landscape
John Benjamin, Partner, DWF, London, UK

 

31. Mapping the privacy litigation landscape
Timothy Pitt-Payne, QC, 11KBW Chambers, London, UK

 

32. Privacy pitfalls when targeting German consumers
Dr. Ulrich Wuermeling, Partner, Latham & Watkins, Frankfurt and London

 

33. Expectations of stronger international enforcement via the Global Privacy Enforcement Network
Daniel Therrien, Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Ottawa

 

34. Expectations of stronger international enforcement via the Global Privacy Enforcement Network
Joëlle Jouret, Legal Advisor, Data Protection Commission, Belgium

 

35. Expectations of stronger international enforcement via the Global Privacy Enforcement Network
Hannah McCausland, Senior International Policy Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office, UK

 

36. Expectations of stronger international enforcement via the Global Privacy Enforcement Network
Mathias Moulin, Deputy Director, Protection of Rights & Sanctions Directorate, the CNIL, France

 

37. The Weltimmo case in the European Court on territorial reach of DP law: Continuing challenge of applying EU law across borders
Dr. Andrea Soos, Principal, Sooslaw, Hungary

 

38. Comprehensive privacy compliance through governance models and audits
Dr Jay Fedorak, Deputy Registrar/Assistant Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia, Canada

 

39. RNLI leads in building on supporters' loyalty by moving to opt-in
Jayne Clarke, Head of Marketing, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Poole, Dorset, UK

 

40. Preparing for explicit consent: Testing wording for each channel and winning better response (Part 1)
David Cole, Managing Director, fast.MAP, London

 

41. Preparing for explicit consent: Testing wording for each channel and winning better response (Part 2)
David Cole, Managing Director, fast.MAP, London

 

42. How Norway’s Consumer Council wins revision of privacy terms and conditions from Apple and others
Finn Myrstad, Head of Digital Services, Norwegian Consumer Council, Oslo

 

43. Every step you take, the media will be watching you: Protecting your reputation whilst managing a data breach crisis
Magnus Boyd, Partner, Schillings, London

 

44. Benchmark your readiness for the EU Data Protection Regulation against PWC’s assessment tool
Stewart Room, Global Head of Cyber Security & Data Protection, PWC Legal, London

 

45. How data protection rules should be enforced in tandem with competition and consumer policy
Wojciech Wiewiórowski, Assistant Supervisor, European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels

 

46. How data protection rules should be enforced in tandem with competition and consumer policy
Dr Francisco Costa-Cabral, Assistant Professor, the China-EU School of Law at the China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing