Graham Dufault, Paula Bruening, Eric Goldman, Bob Potter
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U.S. lawmakers have labored in recent years to achieve consensus on national privacy legislation, despite several high-profile data breaches and decreasing trust in the large tech incumbents to self-regulate. This panel will discuss and assess various approaches to national privacy legislation, including the pros and cons of federal preemption, and how to best balance concerns about competitiveness in efforts enhance consumer privacy.
Graham Dufault, Senior Director for Public Policy, ACT | The App Association
Paula Bruening, Founder & Principal, Casentino Strategies
Bob Potter, President & CEO, SentryOne
Eric Goldman, Professor of Law, Co-Director of the High Tech Law Institute, and Supervisor of the Privacy Law Certificate, Santa Clara University School of Law
How Can Pre-Emption Help Produce Meaningful Privacy Protections for Consumers? Paula Bruening, November 7, 2019
An Overview of the California Consumer Privacy Act , Eric Goldman, excerpt from Internet Law Cases & Materials (2019)
What we’ve learned from California Consumer Privacy Act so far, Eric Goldman The Hill, January 11, 2020
COVID 19 Consumer Data Protection Act
Energy and Commerce Privacy Bipartsian Staff Draft 2019.12.18
Ranking Member Cantwell Federal Privacy Bill