Promoting Global Data Flows: The OECD’s Work on Trusted Government Access
BSA’s Kate Goodloe speaks on a panel at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit about the OECD’s workstream on trusted government access to personal data, as well as its practical importance to companies.
Companies in all industry sectors depend on the ability to send data across national borders. This panel of government and industry speakers will delve into the OECD’s workstream on trusted government access to personal data/ This panel will explore not just the substance of the OECD’s work but also its practical importance – which is relevant to any company that sends data across international borders.
- Kate Goodloe from BSA | The Software Alliance
- Dylan Cors, International Director, Office of Law & Policy, National Security Division at the US Department of Justice
- Bruno Gencarelli, Deputy to the Director for Fundamental Rights and Rule of Law and Head of Unit, International Data Flows and Protection at the European Commission
- Audrey Plonk, Head of Digital Economy Policy Division at the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation
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