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AmCham EU and U.S. Chamber host joint event on global privacy rules
On Tuesday, 23 October, AmCham EU and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce co-hosted an event on international best practices on privacy in the margins of the 40th International Conference of Privacy and Data Protection Commissioners (ICDPPC).
Featuring around 50 participants and an opening keynote by US FTC Commissioner Noah Philips, the event focused on interoperability between different privacy models. Despite diverging approaches across countries, notably between the EU and the US, speakers stressed the need to outline some common privacy principles to ensure interoperable frameworks, as more and more countries define their respective privacy regimes.
The event featured:
Noah Philips, Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission
Dale Sunderland, Deputy Data Protection Commissioner, Ireland
Junichi Ishii, Director for International Affairs, Personal Information Protection Commission, Japan
Travis Hall, Telecommunications Policy Analyst, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), US Department of Commerce
Nasreen Djouini, Policy Advisor, International Trade Administration (ITA), US Department of Commerce
Geff Brown, Associate General Counsel, Microsoft
Caroline Louveaux, Chief Privacy Officer, Mastercard
Lisa Sotto, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Moderated by Tanguy van Overstraeten, Partner, Linklaters, and Board Member, AmCham EU