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Data Privacy Day: “A Transatlantic Discussion of How to Empower Consumers” and “What is Data Privacy in the Age of Information?”

January 28, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Data Privacy Day began in 2008 to educate consumers on how to protect their personal information in the digital world. We continue that tradition, as well as addressing contemporary evolving issues and best practices among the EU and US among industry, academia, government, and privacy professionals.

This panel discussions will be pre-taped, and published on January 28th.


12:00pm EST  – A Transatlantic Discussion of How to Empower Consumers

This panel event headlines Cameron Kerry, The Brookings Institution, FTC Commissioner Christine Wilson, and the co-founders of Data Privacy Day in the United States: David Hoffman of Intel Corporation and Duke University School of Law, and Leonardo Cervera-Navas, European Data Protection Supervisor, Jolynn Dellinger of Duke University School of Law and Kenan Institute for Ethics, and UNC Law School, and Dan Caprio, Co-Founder of The Providence Group.

2:00pm EST – What is Data Privacy in the Age of Information?

The second panel features Andrew Serwin of DLA Piper Global Law Firm, Samantha Vaughan of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, John Gevertz of VISA, Sooji Seo of Dell, and Roland Cloutier, of TikTok.


January 28, 2021
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm