U.S. and EU approaches to privacy regulation have been very different, but recent developments in the U.S. may be narrowing the gap. Recently, we hosted a seminar regarding current developments in information privacy regulation. The subjects covered and a link to the materials are provided below. Our panelists included: Dennis Hirsch, Esq., Professor at Capital University Law School, Counsel to Porter Wright, and a scholar of information privacy law; Christina Hultsch, Esq., Porter Wright International Law attorney; and Donna M. Ruscitti, Esq., Chair, Porter Wright’s Information Privacy and Data Security Practice Group. They discussed:
- How EU regulation impacts both U.S. and multi-national corporations and its practical implications to U.S. corporations
- The White House Report Released February 23, 2012 – Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked World: A Framework for Protecting Privacy and Promoting Global Innovation in the Global Digital Economy
- FTC Report Released March 26, 2012 - Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change
- Current U.S. Legislative Initiatives
- Compliance with the U.S. Safe Harbor Program and FTC enforcement actions
To download the materials from the seminar, click here.