August 6, 2012
Privacy "Multistakeholder" Approach to be Examined at
Panel will Discuss Regulation, Self-Regulation or Markets
For Immediate Release
Contact: Amy Smorodin
Earlier this year, the White House and the Federal Trade Commission released major privacy reports endorsing a multistakeholder process to develop voluntary codes of conduct as well as legislation to augment self-regulatory efforts. Panelists for the session "Multistakeholder Processes for Privacy: Regulation, Self-Regulation or Markets" at the Technology Policy Institute's 2012 Aspen Forum will discuss these reports as well as efforts by the Department of Commerce and World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to implement some of the reports’ recommendations. In addition, the panelists will discuss FTC enforcement under its existing authority. The session will be moderated by Thomas Lenard, President and Senior Fellow at the Technology Policy Institute. Participants include:
Julie Brill, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
Tony Hadley, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Experian
Stuart Ingis, Partner, Venable LLP
Bernie McKay, Chief Public Policy Officer and Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs, Intuit
Russell Schrader, Associate General Counsel, Global Enterprise Risk, and Chief Privacy Officer, Visa
Catherine Tucker, Douglas Drane Career Development Professor in IT and Management and Associate Professor of Marketing, MIT Sloan School of Management
Click here for the complete Aspen Forum agenda.
Registration for the Aspen Forum can be performed on the TPI website. For additional information, please contact Jane Creel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Members of the press can contact Amy Smorodin at email@example.com.
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