April 2 – 5, 2023

International Association of Privacy Professionals

IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023

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Washington Marriott Marquis Hotel and Walter E. Washington Convention Center

IAPP Global Privacy

Join Venable attorneys at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023, the world's most prestigious privacy conference tackling groundbreaking developments in privacy and data protection. Members of our Technology and Innovation team including Nana-Kwabena Abrefah, Katelyn Asmus, Kelly DeMarchis BastideEmma Blaser, Tom Boyd, Anna Butel, Milo Cividanes, Leah Druckerman, Rob Hartwell, Dana HolmstrandStu Ingis, Katie Marshall, Allie MonticolloTara Sugiyama Potashnik, Chelsea Reckell, Mike SignorelliJulia Tama, Brian Tengel, and Arlyn Upshaw will be available for questions at Venable's booth (#221) in the Exhibit Hall.

Hear from Venable at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023 on April 5

360 Degrees of Consumer Engagement in an Uncertain Regulatory Environment

Wednesday, April 5 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

The U.S. regulatory environment increases in complexity with the passage of each newly enacted consumer privacy law, creating unique challenges for all stakeholders. Hear how a major brand continues to build trust with its customers and works with its vendors to deliver privacy-friendly services. Also, hear how an agency/vendor supports its customers in fostering consumer trust. This 360-degree view will examine the privacy environment with the consumer at the center.

What you will learn:

  • How brands and their advertising partners collaborate to build consumer trust.
  • How companies navigate a patchwork of compliance requirements in the U.S. states.

Venable Speaker: Mike Signorelli 

Web Scraping: Understanding Compliance Risks and Hidden Costs

Wednesday, April 5 | 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

This panel will analyze the complex legal and ethical environment around unauthorized data scraping, focusing on the privacy risks along with brief discussion of other concerns such as security, safety, and misconduct. With perspectives from industry, civil society, and outside counsel, the privacy discussion will highlight the tension between publicly available data exemptions and the risks created by unauthorized scraping, both for those who engage in scraping and those whose public websites are subject to scraping. Speakers will provide examples of efforts that have been made to prevent the use of data for incompatible and unauthorized secondary purposes and discuss the importance of multistakeholder collaboration to address these challenges.

What you will learn:

  • Insights on the expanding risks posed by unauthorized data scraping.
  • Best practices for approaching scraping in a privacy-protective manner, respecting limits on secondary uses of data.
  • An understanding of current trends in regulation and evolving industry best practices.

Venable Speaker: Hemu Nigam and Chelsea Reckell

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