BCLT Privacy Law Forum Resources

International Aspects of Privacy Protection and Enforcement

 
Paul M. Schwartz, Global Data Privacy: The EU Way, 94 New York University Law Review 771 (2019)
 
Schrems II (CJEU 2020) 
 
 
 
10:45 – 11:15 PT: Informal Breakout Sessions

E.U.-U.S. Cross-border Data Transfers: Latest Guidance from European Regulators – Discussion leader: Timothy Hickman, White & Case

Security by Design for IoT – Discussion leader: Sheryl Falk, Winston & Strawn

Strategies for Defending CCPA and other Cybersecurity Class Action Litigation – Discussion leader: Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig

Scraping and Other CFAA Updates


The Future of Privacy in California

Ballot initiative proposal, California Consumer Privacy Act (Nov. 2019)

Title and Summary of the Measure Prepared by the Calif. Attorney General (Dec 2019)

Final text of CCPA regulations (Aug. 14, 2020)

Proposition 24

California Privacy Law, 4th Edition – Flyer

12:30 – 1:00 PT:  Informal Breakout Sessions
 

Post-Schrems II vehicles for export of personal data from the EU – Discussion leader: David Bender, GTC Law Group

The Future of Facial Recognition – Discussion leader: Laura Jehl, McDermott, Will & Emery
California Privacy Law – Discussion leader: Lothar Determann, Baker McKenzie

Privacy by Design

Deirdre Mulligan and Ken Bamberger, Saving Governance-by-Design (May 7, 2018), 106 California Law Review 697 (2018)

 
 
Anna Oberschelp de Meneses, Kristof Van Quathem and Nicholas ShepherdFrench Supervisory Authority Publishes Guidance for Website and App Developers (Feb. 17, 2020)
 
Jadzia Pierce and Frank BroomellCalifornia Introduces Bill to Regulate Automated Decision Systems (Feb. 19, 2020) (bill would impose a privacy-by-design like impact assessment for automated decision systems)
 
Richmond Wong and Deirdre Mulligan, Bringing Design to the Privacy Table (2019)

Deirdre Mulligan and Ken Bamberger, Saving Governance by Design, Calif. L. Rev. (2018)

Ken Bamberger et al., Can You Pay For Privacy? Consumer Expectations and the Behavior of Free and Paid Apps, Berk, Tech. L.J. (2020)


Criminal Defendants’ Access to Evidence under Privacy Laws

Facebook, Twitter hold evidence that could save people from prison. And they’re not giving it up, S.F. Chron (Jan. 21, 2020)

 
 
Rebecca Wexler Privacy Asymmetries: Access to Data in Criminal Investigations, 68 UCLA Law Review (forthcoming 2021)
 
 
 

Developments, Trends and Predictions: The Practitioners Panel

Lydia Parnes and Kelly Singleton, Director of FTC’s Consumer Protection Bureau Gives Guidance on Consumer Protection Risks Associated with AI and Algorithms (April 2020)

 
 
Final Judgment and Permanent Injunction, People v. Equifax (2019) 
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