WASHINGTON, Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Justin Antonipillai, the Commerce Department's Counselor to Secretary Penny Pritzker, with the Delegated Duties of Under Secretary for Economic Affairs, will speak at the International Association of Privacy Professionals' (IAPP) San Jose, CA conference entitled, "Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016," on panel about the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
The IAPP panel, "So We Have Privacy Shield: Now What?" will be moderated by Julie Brill, Partner, Hogan Lovells and will include:
- Counselor Antonipillai, Head of the Economics and Statistics Administration
- Ted Dean, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Services, Department of Commerce International Trade Administration,
- Bruno Gencarelli, Head of the Data Projection Unit, European Commission and
- Alexander Joel, Civil Liberties Protection Office for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Counselor Antonipillai was co-lead of the U.S. negotiation team on the EU-US Privacy Shield. See Counselor Antonipillai's recent testimony given to the European Commission on the Privacy Shield Framework. Antonipillai also has a video blog, "A Breakthrough in Trans-Atlantic Data Flow and Privacy."
Commerce has the lead on the US side to carry out the framework, working with other US agencies and our EU counterparts. For more details, see the Privacy Shield materials – Secretary Pritzker's remarks, fact sheet and FAQs, and a guide for companies to sign up. Also see the testimony to the European Commission on March 17, and Antonipillai's speech to the TRUSTe Privacy Risk conference on June 8 in San Francisco.
Date and Time: 2:30 p.m., Friday, September 16
Location: Room 212B, Convention Center, San Jose, CA
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SOURCE Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce