Conference Video Highlights

Excerpts from each of the sessions our International Conference 2023

Full Length Videos

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Conference Sessions

 

Video numbers for the sessions can be found below.

Video Session & Speakers
1

Chairman’s introduction: Who’s Watching Me?

Includes: Introduction from John Edwards, Information Commissioner

2

Making privacy an essential global brand value

3

Data and privacy: balancing growth with ethics in a fast-growing industry

4-5

AI in the Metaverse: The challenges with Generative AI and other problems of the future

6

Consistent GDPR enforcement by aiding cooperation between national DPAs

7

Developing GDPR processes to make them more effective

  • Anu Talus, Data Protection Commissioner, Finland
8

How data portability empowers users when re-using personal data across digital services and platforms

9-11

Privacy in the gaming industry

  • Timothy Ma,  Head of International Privacy and Data Protection, Tencent, Hong Kong
  • Newton Yiu, Senior Legal Counsel, Tencent, Hong Kong
  • Calum Docherty, Associate, Latham & Watkins, UK
12-13

EU-US Data Privacy Framework and its implementation; Government Access to Personal Data Held by Private Sector Entities

  • Bertrand du Marais, Commissioner for International Affairs, CNIL, France
  • Hannah Mayer, Senior Counsel, Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties, Department of Justice, USA
14

EU Update: Digital Services Act, Digital Markets Act, AI Act and Data Act

15

AI and privacy risks in the financial sector: Consequences for companies and directors

  • Susan Bennett, Principal, Sibenco Legal & Advisory, & Founder, InfoGovANZ, Australia
16

Who is looking after your dating data?

17-19

Planning how AI can help DPAs and others assess enquiries, complaints and data breaches

20-22

The Age Appropriate Design Code Crosses the Pond: Keeping Pace with Kids’ Data Regulation

23-24

Who’s watching us on the street? How Clear Channel Outdoor balances privacy and commercial objectives

  • Jane Hunt, Senior Privacy Counsel, Clear Channel International, UK
  • Andy Stevens, Chief Data Officer, Clear Channel International, UK
25

Facebook Cambridge Analytica: What's changed?

26

How Ireland’s Data Protection Commission conducts inquiries and investigations and takes decisions

  • Seán Hurley, Decisions and Corrective Powers, Legal Unit, Data Protection Commission, Ireland
27

Data protection at the sharp end: What is it like challenging regulatory decisions?

28

How does Mexico’s regulatory framework facilitate the global free flow of data with trust?

  • Luis Ricardo Sánchez Hernández, General Director of Regulations and Consultations, National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information, and Personal Data Protection, Mexico
29-30

Taming PETs: Benefits and potential use cases

31-35

GDPR and its impact on new data protection laws in Asia: Adaptation or Adoption

36-38

The Evolution of the Data Lawyer: Navigating the swirl of regulation in practice

39-40

Dealing with de minimis compensation claims

  • Edward Machin, Associate, Ropes & Gray, UK
  • Alex Lawrence-Archer, Solicitor, AWO Agency, UK
41

Developments in the Middle East

42

Debate: This House believes that the EU GDPR is, in practice, a protectionist trade instrument.

  • Chair: Dr Ian Walden, Professor of Information and Communications Law, Queen Mary, University of London, UK, and Of Counsel, Baker McKenzie, UK
  • Proposer: Dr Ulrich Wuermeling, Visiting Professor for Privacy and Data Protection law, Queen Mary, University of London, UK, and Counsel, Latham & Watkins, Germany/UK
  • Seconder for the motion: Tatiana Kruse, Of Counsel, Dentons, UK
  • Opposer: Dr Orla Lynskey, Associate Professor, LSE Law School, UK, and Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Belgium
  • Seconder against the motion: Alexander Dittel, Partner, Wedlake Bell, UK
43-44

Data Innovation in Financial Services: Privacy Challenges and Mitigations

  • Laura Handford, Senior Counsel, Digital and Data Protection, Aviva, UK
  • Janet Lane, Global Head of Data Legal, UBS, UK
45

From blocker to builder: Bridging the gap between a low and high maturity organisation

46-47

UK’s plans for the regulation of AI

48-49

The UK data protection reform and its impact on companies

50-51

Update on the UK Data Protection and Digital Information Bill and International Transfers

  • Elisabeth Stafford, Data Protection Reform, Department of Science, Innovation and Technology, UK
  • Sam Roberts, Team Lead, International Data Flows, Assessments, Tools and Mechanisms, Department of Science, Innovation and Technology, UK

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