Privacy & Europe: Debating the “Right to be Forgotten,” Trans-Atlantic Data Flows, and the World’s Toughest New Privacy Laws | Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, Room WCC 1010 | 3:00 pm, December 4, 2015 | Google’s Global Privacy Counsel, Peter Fleischer, will share anecdotes and perspectives from his years of practice, going from Harvard Law School (Class of 1987) to life and work in Paris, overseeing privacy compliance and advocacy for Google around the world. During a talk and moderated Q&A, Peter will focus on hot topics and recent developments in European privacy regulation. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP here to attend.
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