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Privacy, Innovation, and Global Trade: (How) Can we Have it All?

Theme:
Socio-economic Perspective
Tags:
Socio-economic perspectiveinternational cooperationRegulatory evolution
What:
Panel
When:
2:00 PM, Thursday 20 Apr 2023 (1 hour)
Where:
Ca' Dolfin - Aula Magna
How:

The question of how to reconcile privacy, innovation, and global trade can be a challenging one, as actors involved in the debate on cross-border data flows often come from different political communities, use different terminologies, and operate under different presumptions and assumptions. This panel brings together a diverse mix of experts to share their views on the frequent sources of misunderstandings that exist between players involved in these discussions, how we can overcome difficulties, advance trust and facilitate the charting of a whole-of-government path towards a more prosperous and interconnected world.

Moderator
OECD
Head, Data Governance and Privacy Unit
Speaker
CNIL
Director for economic co regulation
Speaker
Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers at the European Commission
Head of Unit "International Data Flows and Protection"
Speaker
U.S. Department of State
Senior Policy Advisor for the Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy
Speaker
Representative of the Digital Trade Network
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