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The State of US Privacy

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Federal privacy legislation has been nothing more than wishful thinking in the US for years leaving states to define their own regulations. With the introduction of the American Data Privacy & Protection Act (ADPPA) the chance of seeing an overarching law is within reach. Join us for an expert discussion featuring former Chair of the FTC Jon Leibowitz on what the introduction of ADPPA spells out for possible federal legislation, how it could change the way US companies manage privacy, and what it would mean for the patchwork of existing state laws as states like Virginia, Connecticut, and Colorado seek to fill the void.




Jon Leibowitz

Former Chairman of the FTC

Mr. Leibowitz is a partner in Davis Polk’s Washington DC and New York offices. His practice focuses on the complex antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions, as well as government and private antitrust investigations and litigation. He also provides counsel in the developing area of privacy law and with respect to advocacy involving Congress. Mr. Leibowitz was Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission from 2009 through 2013, and was noted for his bipartisanship. He served as a Commissioner from 2004 to 2009. While at the FTC, his priorities included health care and high-tech competition.



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Dan Clarke

President of Products & Solutions, Intraedge & Truyo

Dan is a former Intel executive with many leadership roles who was pulled into the privacy space after a call from Intel about 5 years ago with GDPR on the horizon. Dan’s perspective comes from operating the Truyo platform which automates compliance for companies dealing with current and emerging privacy laws and he is now immersed in the space, involved in Arizona, Texas and federal privacy legislation. 


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