Solving the 10 Hardest Parts of CCPA: Learn from Industry Experts in Person What Needs to Be Done Now
While there has been a lot of discussion at the California Department of Justice-sponsored workshops on the nuances of the forthcoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), there are, unfortunately, more questions than answers. If that wasn’t confusing enough, now there is a looming amendment to create a private right of action for any violation of the law without a cure period.
While parts of the CCPA require you to start tracking the collection and sharing of your personal data this year (the “one-year look-back”), now is the time for action. In this unique CCPA in-person session, hear from and ask industry leaders how they are solving the 10 hardest parts of CCPA.
Special On-Site Ask an Expert Session
If you register early, you will be allowed to stay for a special 30-minute post-presentation Q&A period to ask our speakers questions applicable to your company.
Hear from Experienced Industry Professionals
- Jennifer Broxmeyer, Assistant General Counsel, Privacy, Facebook
- Flora J. Garcia, Chief Privacy Officer, McAfee
- Hilary Wandall, SVP, Privacy Intelligence and General Counsel, TrustArc
What You Will Learn from This Session Will Include
- Data Mapping/Processing - How to Map and Manage the Ever-Expanding Global Definitions of Personal Information
- Do Not Sell Button Architecture - Operationally What Happens When Someone Pushes the “Do Not Sell My Information” Button under CCPA
- New AdTech Arrangements - How to Use AdTech and Tracking Technologies Absent Further Guidance
- New Product Demos Under CCPA - Releasing Product Demos in Compliance with the Anti-Discriminatory Differential Pricing Requirements
- How to Engage Children - Age Gating and Targeting Children under FTC and CCPA
- Leverage GDPR and Prior Investments - Simultaneously Preparing for CCPA, LGPD (Brazil) and WPA (Washington State)
- Jim Koenig, Partner
- Tyler Newby, Partner
- Lael Bellamy, Director