"The CPO’s Expanding International Portfolio," Privacy + Security Forum, October 2016.
This session examines important laws from “outside” of privacy as well as geopolitical trends. The laws include the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Export Controls “Know Your Customer” diligence,” Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States/Exon-Florio, transatlantic anti-trust investigations, and the Uniform Trade Secrets Act. Additional privacy challenges are created by the national security and foreign policy initiatives of both the US government and the governments of its major commercial and geopolitical partners. These include responding to compulsory legal process relating to national security and law enforcement and assertions of data sovereignty and data geolocation.
Ronald D. Lee, Partner, Arnold & Porter
Jonathan Neiditz, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton
Jonathan Soll, CPO, Western Union
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Privacy + Security Forum
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