In 2020, U.S. Republicans and Democrats failed to reach a consensus on a slew of privacy-related bills. This year offers a better opportunity to bridge disagreements and reach a long-awaited deal. This panel includes representatives of two key constituencies working seriously toward consensus. Learn from them what the prospects for legislation are in this Congress, promising areas where disagreements may be bridged, where a final bill is likely to land, and how your California Consumer Privacy Act– and EU General Data Protection Regulation–compliant programs are likely to change as a result of federal privacy legislation.
- Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Senior Knowledge Manager, IAPP
- Jim Halpert, Partner, DLA Piper
- Cameron Kerry, Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Brookings Institution
- Michelle Richardson, Director, Privacy and Data Project, Center for Democracy & Technology
What you will learn:
- Prospects for federal privacy legislation.
- Promising areas where Congress may bridge disagreements.
- How a final compromise is likely to require changes to your CCPA and GDPR programs.
Eligible CPEs: CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM and CIPT.
1.0 CPE credit
This session is eligible for MCLE credits.
Free web conference to IAPP members; nonmembers, $149
This web conference is part of the IAPP’s Continuing the Conversation series. Stay tuned in after the session for an opportunity to ask questions and keep the discussion going with the speakers and other privacy pros from around the globe.
Part of IAPP Global Privacy Summit Online 2021 web series.