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POSTPONED // Your ESOMAR U.S. Privacy Update: California, Washington & More
This webinar has been postponed, and we will inform you as soon as possible of the new time and date.

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The U.S. is the largest data, research and insights market in the world according to our latest Global Market Research Report.

 

At the same time, the U.S. is also currently seeing a variety of privacy models developing with regards to privacy, as seen with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the proposed Washington Privacy Act (WPA). In the latest updates, the California Department of Justice recently released a second round of proposed edits to the CCPA and there are ongoing updates regarding the WPA.

However, the COVID-19 crisis may bring some matters to a halt or slow down the legislative process, and at the same time have some implications on indiviual privacy.

But what does all of this mean for your business? What is the latest in U.S. privacy law, and what points do you need to consider.

 

 

What you will take away from the session

 

Join Amy Yeung, Lotame's General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, and Kim Smouter, Head of Public Affairs and Professional Standards to learn more about:

  • An overview of the latest updates to the CCPA and what these mean for you;
  • An update on the WPA and the proposed law;
  • A quick overview of the status of a U.S. federal law on privacy;
  • COVID-19 and privacy - are there any takeaways? What should businesses consider?

 

Who is this webinar for?

 

This webinar will be useful for any business currently operating in the US or planning to do so in the future. It is also intended for any professionals wanting to impart more knowledge on the status of privacy in the US within their business, to clients, or to their colleagues.

 

Presenters

Amy Yeung

Amy Yeung

General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer
Lotame
USA

As General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, Amy leads all legal, compliance and privacy functions at Lotame, and is instrumental in informing the product roadmap from a data privacy perspective. Amy is a recognized senior leader with 15 years' experience advising executive management and business leads on industry-disruptive technology and digital innovation, and data analytics initiatives in all company lifecycles - accelerated growth, mid-market expansion and company turnaround - at companies such as comScore, Dataminr and Zenimax. Amy is Co-Chair of Communications of the Law Department Management Network of the Association of Corporate Counsel, appointed as a board member to Duke University Alumni Association, and recently completed her term as co-chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA). Amy holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from University of Chicago.

Kim L. Smouter Umans

Kim L. Smouter Umans

Head of Public Affairs and Professional Standards
ESOMAR
Netherlands

Kim L. Smouter Umans is ESOMAR's Head of Public Affairs and Professional Standards, having joined ESOMAR in 2012. He heads a small team of professional standards and public affairs experts championing the value of market, opinion and social research and data analytics.

He also works to promote the interests of over 6,000 professionals and 600+ companies working in the field of market, opinion and social research and data analytics, leading ESOMAR's advocacy efforts on major policy dossiers including the General Data Protection Regulation and the ePrivacy Regulation. He has strengthened ESOMAR's positioning in the digital fields and prior to working for ESOMAR, Kim served a stint as Secretary General of the European Network of National Civil Society Associations. As its first Secretary General, Kim laid the foundations for securing its role and its future as one of Europe's leading bodies defending the interests of the non-profit sector by bringing together over 20 national civil society infrastructure platforms.

He has also served in various policy roles working for the North East England Office in Brussels and in the European Parliament working in the fields of social policy, education, and employment.

He holds a Masters degree in European Public Affairs and a Bachelor's degree in European Studies and is a graduate of the University of Maastricht.

Bianca Marcu

Bianca Marcu

Senior Advocacy and Standards Programmes Coordinator
ESOMAR
Netherlands

Bianca is ESOMAR's Senior Advocacy and Standards Programmes Coordinator, working to represent the data analytics and insights sector present in more than 130 countries. Bianca is a certified Data Protection Officer and leads the ESOMAR Plus umbrella of services, designed to guide members with designing and implementing their data protection and privacy frameworks. Bianca holds a Masters in International Law and Globalisation from Maastricht University and has previously worked for a variety of non-profit organisations, including for the United Nations.