Privacy & Security: Online Marketing and Other Hot Topics
April 5, 2013
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
3.75 MCLE hours
Presented by Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law
ISBA Regional Office
20 S. Clark Street, Suite 900
(map and directions)
Get the information you need on key privacy-related issues!
Do you or your clients collect data about employees, customers, corporate clients, or patients? If so, then you won’t want to miss this informative half-day seminar with speakers from the government, technology, private practice, and consulting sectors. Attorneys practicing in the areas of litigation, consumer protection, privacy, e-commerce, data security, advertising, government investigations, tort, class actions, consumer litigation, and technology who attend this program will better understand:
- How new technologies are increasing/alleviating the complexity of consumer privacy issues;
- How to mitigate risk through effective data security risk management;
- How privacy law has developed over the years in America;
- Illinois’ privacy enforcement priorities and the National Association of Attorneys General Privacy Initiative;
- The Federal Trade Commission’s role in issuing record-breaking fines for privacy violations, as well as their guidance on various aspects of consumer privacy; and
- Much more!
Karen Sewell, Baker & McKenzie LLP, Chicago
8:30 – 9:15 a.m. Technology as Privacy Solution
Discover how new technologies are increasing and alleviating the complexity of consumer privacy issues with this informative segment on online behavioral advertising and privacy.
Blane Sims, BrightTag, Chicago
9:15 – 10:00 a.m. Managing Data Security Risk
Significant data security breaches across a broad range of industries have grabbed headlines in recent years, proving that no organization is immune from attack. This presentation offers a look at some of the top areas to keep on your cyber security radar as you set out to mitigate risk in 2013.
Michael DuBose, Kroll Advisory Solutions, Washington, D.C.
10:00 – 10:15 a.m. Break (refreshments provided)
10:15 – 11:00 a.m. Privacy’s Roots
Today, the concepts of online privacy, geo-locational privacy, data privacy, and other types of informational privacy dominate cyberlaw discussion; however, each of these terms are relatively new under the law and far afield from the Constitutional concept of freedom from government search and seizure. Join us for this in-depth discussion on how privacy law has developed in America over the years and how past privacy law principles have been carried into our current ideas and norms about information privacy.
Prof. Steven J. Macias, Southern Illinois University School of Law, Carbondale
11:00 – 11:45 a.m. Illinois Privacy Enforcement Priorities
This comprehensive overview explores the privacy enforcement priorities of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office and discusses their plan to carry out the National Association of Attorneys General Privacy Initiative in Illinois this year.
Vijay V. Raghavan, Assistant Attorney General, Illinois Attorney General’s Office, Chicago
Matthew W. Van Hise, Assistant Attorney General, Illinois Attorney General’s Office, Springfield
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. What’s Hot in Advertising and Privacy Enforcement and Regulation?
It’s not uncommon for the Federal Trade Commission to announce new consumer protection guidelines, to testify before Congress regarding the need to strengthen government control, or to take action against a company for false advertising or a breach in privacy. Indeed, millions of dollars have been paid in fines for deceptive marketing, complaints against company senior executives, and data security actions mandated by the Federal Trade Commission. This presentation explores hot topic issues in the areas of advertising, privacy enforcement, and privacy regulation, including compliance expectations, future trends, and an update on what’s happening at the Federal Trade Commission.
Anthony E. DiResta, Winston & Strawn, LLP, Washington, D.C.