Forty-minutes to cooperate in the public interest
Wed., April 24, 2019 | 3 p.m.
The Pew Center, Washington,D.C.
Suddenly, lawmakers, privacy advocates, platfom operators and publishers are all focused on data privacy.
Who controls “your” data? Is it really yours? Are rights of control and use more important than settling ownership? Are we moving to a information marketplace where unique demographic, location of purchase data about an individual is bought and sold openly at retail rather than opaquely at wholesale?
Europe is regulating, Congress is talking about legislating, some privacy advocates are already litigating — what about cooperating and governing? Is there any hope of finding center — consensus — among data-marketers, advertisers, publishers and the public? In this session, we’ll try to answer that question. What does the public want? What does it need?
Chris Hendricks, President
Local Media Consortium
In conversation with these invited participants:
- David Chavern, president, News Media Alliance (confirmed)
- Michelle de Mooy, principal consultant, ITEGA (confirmed)
- Randall Rothenberg, president, Interactive Advertising Bureau (invited)
- Johnny Ryan, Chief Privacy Officer, Brave Inc. (via videoconference)