Startups and the Data Privacy Patchwork
Speaker: Olga Medina, Director, Policy, BSA | The Software Alliance
BSA’s Olga Medina speaks on a panel centered around startups and data privacy laws in conjunction with the release of new research from Engine and the University of Michigan about the impact of emerging patchwork state privacy laws on startups.
- Olga Medina from BSA | The Software Alliance
- Sam Caucci, Founder and CEO, 1Huddle
- Brandon Pugh, Director of Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats, R Street
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