George Gooch, Bart Huffman
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As the U.S. heads towards more general regulation of personal data, how will consumer protection co-exist with the sectoral privacy laws that have been in place for a couple of decades already? The speakers will discuss the approaches we have seen and the practical and policy issues that have surfaced, based on which they will host an interactive discussion on ideas and opportunities for improvement.
George Gooch, CEO, Texas Health Services Authority
Bart Huffman, Partner, Reed Smith LLP
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Jason Schmidt & Niel Willardson, Banking Regulation: The Focus Returns to the Consumer, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (June 1, 2004)
Daniel Solove, The Growing Problems with the Sectoral Approach to Privacy Law, Privacy + Security Blog: News, Developments, and Insights (Nov. 13, 2015)
Texas Health Services Authority, SECURETexas Standards,