Post US Election Privacy Updates & Implications

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The United States election on November 3rd will impact the future use of personal information for organizations doing business with US citizens. From presidential results to state propositions, there will be many privacy ramifications, and how we move forward to embrace the new changes is a topic that will bring many perspectives.

Register for this on-demand webinar as we discuss the implications of the US election, including California’s Proposition 24 which would expand the provisions of the CCPA and what the next administration’s role will be in helping shape the new framework for EU-US data transfers.

This webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit.

This webinar will provide:
  • Privacy issues that were included or arose in the 2020 election
  • Implications of election outcomes on privacy laws or priorities
  • What to watch for in 2021
Webinar Speakers
Associate General Counsel - Privacy Intelligence, TrustArc
Ian C. Ballon
Co-chair, Global Intellectual Property + Technology Practice Group, Greenberg Traurig, LLP, East Palo Alto
Veronica Torres
Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, Comscore, Inc.
Sharon Anolik
President & Founder, Privacy Panacea


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