The ECJ Privacy Ruling Explained by Max Schrems and 3 Top EU & US Privacy Experts
|Tue. July 28, 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Join us for a follow up of a roundtable we hosted when the Privacy Shield regulation was launched; we bring back together the panel to explain the decision by the European Court of Justice and what the ruling means for European and US companies and consumers and what you need to know now and do next based on the July 16, 2020 ruling.
Maximilian Schrems, the plaintiff who's two lawsuits against Facebook alleged that U.S. companies violate European privacy laws and transfer personal data to the US National Security Agency (NSA) as part of the NSA's PRISM program.
He, together with US and a EU Privacy experts, will discuss how the new ruling effect transatlantic data exchange, the differences between US and EU privacy laws, the ability of private citizens to have privacy rights enforced in a global market place and how the European Court of Justice's decision in Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner has changed how business is being conducted by entities with operations in the United States and Europe.
● Max Schrems, Privacy Activist & Founder "EUROPE v FACEBOOK"
● Angelo Stio, Partner, TROUTMAN PEPPER, LLP [Moderator]
● John Whelan, Partner, A&L GOODBODY
● Tom Zych, Partner, THOMPSON HINE LLP
10:00am EDT | 4pm CET
This webinar is free for EACC-Members and non-members.