Computers, Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP) 2015: Data Protection on the Move
More than 1,000 people participated in this agenda-setting conference addressing a wide range of privacy topics in Europe. BSA’s Director of Policy Chris Hopsfensperger spoke during a prominent panel on the US-EU surveillance debate about how BSA’s member companies are at the forefront of the data revolution where protecting user privacy is paramount. He argued that a better balance needs to be achieved with regard to privacy protections and the public interest when it comes to government access to data for national security and law enforcement purposes.
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