Transatlantic Dialogues is an important three-part discussion series on the future of personal data protection on both sides of the Atlantic. The first roundtable will happen this week in Brussels (7 February, 2019), then we’ll be off to Berlin (12 February, 2019), and end the series in Washington D.C. (date TBD).
Transatlantic Dialogues, organized by the i2Coalition and eco: Association of the Internet Industry, brings together high-level representatives from the U.S. House of Representatives, the European Parliament, and the German Bundestag, along with data protection experts, industry leaders, and the most relevant associations of the Internet industry.
If you’re planning to attend, we’ve created a reading list to help you understand the issues being discussed:
- Consumer Data Protection Act of 2018
- Data Care Act of 2018
- American Data Dissemination Act
- Browser Act
- Information Transparency and Personal Data Control Act
- Consent Act
- Social Medial Privacy Protection and Consumer Rights Act
- Center for Democracy and Technology proposal
- Intel proposal
- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce proposed data privacy model legislation
- NTIA request for comments
- NIST privacy framework
- US / EU Safe Harbor
- Privacy Shield Review
- i2Coalition comments on FTC privacy enforcement authority
Discussions about Federal privacy legislation in the 116th (2018 to 2020) Congress
- Brookings Institution: will this new Congress be the one to pass data privacy legislation?
- ITIF: Grand Bargain on Privacy