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Shaping the Future:
A Marketer's Guide to Navigating New Privacy Laws

March 5, 2024 |  63 min  |  Webinar 32

Shaping the Future: A Marketer's Guide to Navigating New Privacy Laws
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 In the ever-evolving landscape of privacy laws, 2024 brings yet another wave of changes impacting the responsibilities and practices of data companies. Our upcoming webinar will navigate these shifts, building upon the updates from 2022 and 2023. We'll dissect the latest legal risks and responsibilities, deliver a clear understanding of current regulatory trends in data and explore how these affect operations in data-driven marketing. Offering practical advice and vital insights, this webinar aims to make sense of the complex data privacy landscape and gear you up with a comprehensive update on the 2024 privacy laws. Whether you're deeply involved in data practices or simply curious about these changes, our session will guide you towards better understanding and compliance.

Join a unique place where you can easily connect with other members, speakers, and registrants! Here, interesting ideas flow freely as questions are asked and topics discussed - all while gaining valuable insights. Plus, it's the perfect spot for networking opportunities that may lead to something greater in your future. So hop on board now; join us today!

Speakers

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Attorney at ZwillGeen, PLLC

Hannah Schaller advises on a variety of privacy, alt data, and marketing matters, including data provenance, international data transfers, emarketing laws, and product counseling. She also assists both data providers and data purchasers with alt data diligence. Alongside her counseling and alt data work, Hannah helps draft and negotiate data protection agreements and commercial contracts.

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Member at ZwillGeen, PLLC

Ken Dreifach is an ad tech/martech and e-commerce lawyer at ZwillGen, PLLC, a boutique law firm specializing in privacy, marketing, and internet laws. Ken advises clients on a range of strategic and legal issues involving data governance, privacy, and consumer marketing. Since 2000, he has served in a variety of high-profile roles across the data governance and privacy landscape, including as  General Counsel of LiveRamp; Chief of the New York Attorney General's Internet Bureau, and a Board Member of the Network Advertising Initiative.

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