Places are still available at the News Media Association’s data protection seminar on 5 September at which leading experts in the field will speak.
The free event, which will look at preparing for GDPR, editorial and advertising, will be held from 10am to 1pm at the NMA offices in London.
It will focus on editorial and advertising impact of the new general data protection regulation and proposed ePrivacy laws.
Chaired by NMA legal, policy and regulatory affairs director Santha Rasaiah, the speakers will be leading experts who act for news media companies and advise regulators.
Speakers will include Anya Proops QC, 11 KBW (overview); Nicola Cain, legal director, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (editorial); Robert Streeter, data protection and privacy officer, News UK (advertising panel chair); Ruth Broadfield, partner, Bird & Bird (GDPR advertising and related commercial); Rupert Earle, partner and head of media litigation, Bates Wells Braithwaite (ePrivacy).
Please contact Santha Rasaiah for details and bookings on firstname.lastname@example.org. The seminar will be held at the NMA, 292 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, SW1V 1AE.