Privacy Papers on Capitol Hill — March 5


In conjunction with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, FPF will be presenting our fourth annual “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” next Wednesday, March 5th.  The event will be held in Rayburn House Office Building Room 2103 from 8:30 – 9:45 AM, coffee and breakfast will be provided. Event is sold out.

Featured at the event will be Professors Kenneth Bamberger and Deirdre Mulligan from Berkeley, who will be discussing their paper Privacy in Europe: Initial Data on Governance Choices and Corporate Practice.  Professor Neil Richards will discuss his paper on why data privacy law is (mostly) constitutional, while Adam Thierer will present A Framework for Benefit-Cost Analysis in Digital Privacy Debates.

FPF is also pleased to have Jacob Kohnstamm, Chairman, Dutch Data Protection Authority, join us to provide reaction.  Additionally, special guests Giovanni Buttarelli, Asst. European Data Protection Supervisor; Christopher Graham, UK Information Commissioner; Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, CNIL (France); and María Elena Pérez-Jaén Zermeño, IFAI (Mexico), will be attending.

This event is intended to comply with applicable Congressional and Executive branch gift rules. Contact us with questions.

The full “Privacy Papers” digest is available to download, as well.