Apple’s New Privacy Requirements: What Attorneys must know when providing guidance to clients

$95.00

CLE credits earned: 1 General Credit (WA 1 Law and Legal)

Apple has announced upcoming privacy and security updates and requirements including (1) standardized disclosure of privacy practices (Apple Store “Nutrition Label”), and (2) changing from Opt-Out to Opt-In Consent for Device Tracking (i.e., opt-in default for IDFA). We will discuss the key privacy issues to identify when providing guidance to your clients on how to prepare their businesses for the upcoming changes in Apple’s privacy requirements. You will need to ensure that your clients are making true and accurate disclosures, and that the disclosures they make will not trigger unknown privacy obligations or potential liability, Further, you will want to address any business or contractual issues resulting from the changes to opt-in consent for IDFA (or similar tracking mechanisms) and confirm that the methods for obtaining consent meet applicable privacy law and apple-specific requirements. You want to be sure your clients are consulting with the legal department, privacy office or you as in-house/outside counsel before making any privacy disclosures or changing consent disclosures and mechanisms.

Key topics to be discussed:

• Legal consequences of privacy questions/disclosures
• Top legal concerns that arise from restricting tracking for advertising purposes
• How to advise your client on next steps

Date / Time: December 15, 2020

•   1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Eastern
•   12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Central
•   11:00 am – 12:00 pm Mountain
•   10:00 am – 11:00 am Pacific

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Original Broadcast Date: December 15, 2020

Justine Young Gottshall | InfoLawGroup LLP

Ms. Gottshall is regarded as a privacy law pioneer who helped create paradigms used widely today. She has deep experience as outside privacy counsel and serving as outside Chief Privacy Officer (CPO). She is also the creator of CPO on Demand™ an offering allowing clients to access privacy professionals without the commitment of an internal team.

She counsels clients on a breadth of privacy, data security, technology, information governance, consumer protection, data management and digital marketing and advertising issues.

She creates privacy compliance programs and acts as counsel for “privacy by design”. She advises on compliance around the collection, transfer, storage and sharing of data. She advises on GDPR compliance and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Online Children’s Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) and statutes regulating communications, including CAN-SPAM and the TCPA. She is on the Advisory Board and Co-Chair of Education Committee, of the Stanford Women on Boards Initiative, on the Leadership Team of Executive Women in Privacy and a Corporate Advisory Board Member for Baby Quip. She holds a J.D. from Stanford Law School and B.A. from University of Michigan.
 
 
 
Antonia Dumas | InfoLawGroup LLP

Antonia Dumas is an attorney at InfoLawGroup LLP, a national boutique law firm focused on privacy, advertising and technology law.

She has developed well-rounded knowledge in domestic and international data privacy and cybersecurity compliance (including the EU’s General Data Protection Act, California Consumer Privacy Act and other state privacy and security regulations). She has applied industry-specific knowledge of data privacy and cybersecurity to address concerns for businesses in manufacturing, healthcare, pharma, banking, gambling, and others. She guides her clients in their compliance efforts to protect both business interests and consumers.

Her diverse experience gives her insight into daily operations and data processing activities across industries. This insight has helped her develop a keen eye to identify potential cybersecurity and data privacy vulnerabilities and apply practical solutions to mitigate risk. She holds a J.D. from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and B.A. from Saint Joseph’s University.
 
 

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