Privacy After The Pandemic: A Digital Panel

An Ethyca Digital Panel: 12 Months Of Post-COVID Privacy Regulation

Join Ethyca and a digital panel of privacy experts for actionable guidance on privacy regulation post-pandemic.

Thursday May 7th 1:00 PM EST

12 Months of Post-COVID Privacy Regulation

Join Ethyca and a digital panel of privacy experts for guidance and informed advice on privacy regulation post-pandemic.

May 7th @ 1:00 PM EST

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2020 began as a landmark year for US data privacy.

Now businesses everywhere are grappling with uncertainty.

Only four months ago, the United States welcomed its first comprehensive digital privacy law: the California Consumer Privacy Act. Now COVID-19 has put the economy on pause. How has the pandemic impacted the roll-out of digital privacy laws in America? Will enforcement of the CCPA proceed as planned? Should businesses expect privacy to be high priority for regulators in the coming months? Join our panel of privacy experts, Nabiha Syed, Daniel Weitzner, and moderator Kari Paul for an hour of discussion and Q&A about the next 12 months of privacy in a post-pandemic world.

President, The Markup

Nabiha Syed

American media and technology lawyer and president of The Markup. She has been described as “one of the best emerging free speech lawyers” by Forbes magazine. A Marshall Scholar, Nabiha is a graduate and a visiting fellow of Yale Law School.

Founder, MIT Internet Research Policy Initiative

Daniel Weitzner

Daniel Weitzner is the director of the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative and principal research scientist at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab CSAIL. He teaches Internet public policy in MIT’s Computer Science Department.

Technology Reporter, The Guardian

Kari Paul

Kari is a technology reporter at large for The Guardian newspaper. She previously wrote for Marketwatch and her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, and more.

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May 7th 1:00 PM EST

About Ethyca

At Ethyca, we believe user data privacy and security is a problem rooted in code and design, not regulation. So we build tools that let developers implement best-in-class privacy standards easily. The minimum result is huge increases in efficiency for our customers. But ideally – most of the time, if we’re being honest – we empower them to manage user privacy properly… in a way they simply couldn’t before.