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Now Available — AdTech and Privacy: Managing Risk in a Complex and Evolving Digital Economy (Webinar Materials)

On Wednesday April 15, Hogan Lovells and Ankura hosted a webinar about the impact of the GDPR and CCPA on cookies and similar AdTech tracking technologies. James Denvil from Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity practice was joined by senior directors from Ankura to share best practices and perspectives. The webinar recording and slides are now available on our blog.

Posted in Consumer Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Breaches, International/EU Privacy

Guidance on Establishing and Maintaining a Privacy Management Infrastructure

Privacy law compliance means not only ensuring that compliance gaps are identified and remediated, but also that there is a privacy management infrastructure to ensure that privacy issues are handled on an ongoing basis. Attending to the infrastructure task can be challenging.
To aid in this effort, on April 17th Canada’s privacy commissioner, along with the privacy commissioners of the provinces of Alberta and British, issued a guidance document entitled “Getting Accountability Right with a Privacy Management Program,” along with an “At a Glance” two-page summary. These materials are summarized in this entry.