M. James Daley to present at The National Conference on Managing Electronic Records
Cross-Border Transfers of Electronic Information -- Any Safe Harbor in Sight or Just More Tightly Caught Between a “Rock and a Hard Place”?
As a result of recent disclosures of widespread, unbridled governmental surveillance, we now live in a “new world” regarding the cross-border exchange of electronic records and information – an essential component/function of all global economic activities. This cutting-edge session will focus on global records and information management: specifically, the impact of the recent developments in the cross-border exchange of records and information.
Specifically, it will address:
The effect of threatened suspension of the U.S. / EU Safe Harbor Agreement by German DPAs,
The impact of Privacy by Design on global records and information management,
The impact of European Court of Justice decisions in Spain and Ireland on the Right to be Forgotten,
The practical effect of broad new data residency and localization laws in Russia and China, and
The significance of U.S. federal court rulings in the Microsoft Subpoena and Jacobs v. Sands cases.
In this session, you will learn how and why the cross-border transfer of records and information is being redefined. You will take away an insightful understanding of this multi-dimensional debate about privacy rights.
Finally, you will learn how this unprecedented “redefinition” potentially will impact your organization’s operations – and the new ways its electronic records and information will need to be managed.
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