Virtual Event: Privacy + Security Forum Session - Emerging State Privacy Laws: Are They Working for Consumers and Businesses?
March 24, 2022, 3:30-4:30 p.m. ET
BSA's Kate Goodloe joins a session at the virtual Spring Academy 2022 Privacy + Security Forum focused on emerging state privacy laws and their impact on consumers and businesses.
The emergence of state privacy laws has reshaped the political landscape. This session explores how the California Consumer Privacy Act has affected businesses, their approach to compliance, and the impact on consumers. The panel will discuss work being done to develop and implement tools to make it easier to exercise rights, including the Global Privacy Control and CR’s work as an authorized agent. Panelists will describe various state legislative data use models and their legislative predictions for 2022.
- Maureen Mahoney, Senior Privacy Analyst, Consumer Reports
- Sebastian Zimmeck, Assist. Professor of Computer Science, Wesleyan University
- Kate Goodloe, Sr. Director, Policy, BSA/The Software Alliance
- Robin Berjon, VP Data Governance, The New York Times
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