New Congress, New FTC, New Priorities
The 116th Congress aren't the only new faces in Washington. In the past year, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has sworn in five new Commissioners to oversee the agency tasked with protecting consumer welfare. In this one-on-one chat, Stu Ingis will interview Noah Joshua Phillips, the new Commissioner, on his thoughts on the most pressing issues facing our industry, including the increased calls by consumers and advocacy groups for the FTC to pursue more aggressive enforcement actions against companies in the digital space.
Regulation Could Rock Our World
The year 2018 will likely go down as a watershed year in the world of data privacy. With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into play and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CPPA) becoming law, a new era in regulating data collection and usage began. This panel will discuss what lies ahead in 2019, including the threat of state-by-state privacy legislation, as well as what comprehensive federal privacy legislation might look like.
- Rachel Glasser, Global Chief Privacy Officer, Wunderman
- Christian Merida, VP, Federal Affairs, American Express
- Michael Signorelli, Partner, Venable LLP
- Alison Pepper, Senior Vice President, 4A