Nikolaos Theodorakis, Peter Fatelnig, Jay Exum, Pamela Garay

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The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked discussion on many fronts, including EU data protection. The GDPR offers robust protection to individuals, but still accommodates data processing for the protection of public safety. This session will discuss how European privacy regulators have dealt with the current crisis, the in-house angle, and the broader EU privacy challenges that are here to stay. It will look at existing opinions from EU officials on the GDPR’s application in emergency; the most critical issues for in-house privacy lawyers; and emerging challenges, such as the re-use of personal data for epidemiological and public interest purposes as well the road ahead for tech industries

 

Nikolaos Theodorakis, Of Counsel, Wilson Sonsini (Brussels)
Peter Fatelnig, Minister-Counselor, Digital Economy Policy, Delegation of the EU to the USA
Jay Exum, Assistant General Counsel, Executive Director, Global DPO, PRA Health Sciences
Pamela Garay, Assistant Vice President, International Privacy Officer, Assurant

Readings:

Jay Exum
Jay Exum

Assistant General Counsel, Executive Director, Global DPO
PRA Health Sciences

Nikolaos Theodorakis
Nikolaos Theodorakis

Of Counsel
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Pamela Garay
Pamela Garay

Assistant Vice President & International Privacy Officer
Assurant

Peter Fatelnig
Peter Fatelnig

Minister-Counselor for Digital Economic Policy
Delegation of the European Union to the US

WilsonSonsini