Attending the ABA Annual Meeting in Toronto and interested in privacy? Then don’t miss these two important panels on the afternoon of Saturday August 6th:
New Restrictions on U.S. Internet Sales: Data Passes, Negative Options, Automatic Renewals and Recurring Charges (if you don’t know what they are, you should attend), on Saturday, August 6, from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm, in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Bldg, Room 716A, 700 Level. The panel will address hot topics in data sharing practices involving personal information. Speakers include Damier Xandrine, Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo; Holly Towle, partner at K&L Gates LLP, and Alysa Hutnik, partner at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP.
"Can the Law Keep Up with Technology? Can Self Regulation Help?" – on Saturday, August 6th, from 3:45 – 5:15 p.m, in room 713B, 700 Level, in the South Building of the Toronto Convention Center. Saira Nayak will moderate a discussion around the meaning of privacy self regulation, with FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart of Canada, Stuart Ingis of Venable LLP, and Dr. Paolo Balboni of the European Privacy Association.
A complete listing of the ABA Annual Meeting programs is available at: http://www2.americanbar.org/annual/pdfs/2011TorontoProgramFinal.pdf