Starting on Tuesday, November 3d, Hogan & Hartson will be live blogging from international privacy events in Madrid. Chris Wolf from the firm’s Washington Office and Wim Nauwelaerts from the Brussels Office, both senior lawyers in the Privacy and Data Security Practice, will provide timely reports from side events leading to the 31st International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners
The civil society conference The Public Voice: Global Privacy Standards in a Global World to be presented by the Electronic Privacy Information Center; and
The Data Protection and Privacy Workshop to be presented by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Then, starting on Wednesday, November 4th, we will bring you reports from the "main event", which the host, the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD), has described as "the largest forum dedicated to privacy in the world, which every year brings together the highest authorities and institutions guaranteeing data protection and privacy, as well as experts in the field from every continent. "
Watch for our daily reports.