It's possible that the US economy will be in a half-open, half-closed state for up to a year. Many entities, ranging from internet and technology giants to employers to businesses eager to reopen to the public, will be considering how and whether to collect and use data about individuals to understand the spread of COVID-19, increase safety, and otherwise respond to the pandemic. This webinar will discuss measures being considered around the world.
Experts in privacy law, including Kilpatrick Townsend Partner Jon Neiditz, will discuss the key legal rules that any entity needs to consider in collecting and using health, location or other data about individuals.
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Thursday, May 28, 2020-
Thursday, May 28, 2020
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