SOLD OUT: SCL Annual Data Protection Update - Thursday 30 January 2020, London

When: 30/01/2020

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This event has SOLD OUT and no further bookings will be taken

Hosted and sponsored by Kemp Little LLP

Date: Thursday 30 January 2020
Time: 4.00 pm - 7.00 pm (Registration from 3.30 pm; drinks and networking after the event)
Venue: Kemp Little LLP, Cheapside House, 138 Cheapside, London, EC2V 6BJ Map

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This event has SOLD OUT and no further bookings will be taken.


3.30 - 4 pm: Registration

4.00 - 4.10 pm: Introduction and Welcome
Marta Dunphy-Moriel, Partner, Kemp Little LLP and Karishma Brahmbhatt, Senior Associate, Allen & Overy LLP

4.10 - 4.30 pm: Facial recognition
Alex Dittel, Senior Associate, Kemp Little LLP
James Bore, Cyber Security Operations Analyst, UnderwriteMe

4.30 - 5 pm: Panel session: Autonomous vehicles
Marta Dunphy-Moriel, Partner, Kemp Little LLP
John Cush, Senior Legal Counsel, Direct Line Insurance Group plc
Emma Wright, Partner, Kemp Little LLP
Kirsten Whitfield, Director, Privacy, Security and Information, Fieldfisher

5 - 5.15 pm: Answers to the ICO consultation on new draft guidance on Subject Access Requests under the GDPR
Hazel Grant, Partner, Head of Privacy, Security & Privacy, Fieldfisher
Marta Dunphy-Moriel
, Partner, Kemp Little LLP

5.15 - 5.40 pm: Tea break

5.40 - 6.10 pm: Ad-tech
James Evans, Associate General Counsel, Verizon Media
Christie Dennehy-Neil, Head of Policy & Regulatory Affairs, IAB UK

6.10 - 6.30 pm: Case law annual update
Tim Pitt-Payne QC, 11KBW
Anya Proops QC, 11KBW 

6.30 - 6.55 pm: Algorithmic bias in self-learning systems
Minas Sifakis, Machine Learning Scientist, Research Associate, Alan Turing Institute

6.55 - 7 pm: Closing remarks
Marta Dunphy-Moriel, Partner, Kemp Little LLP and Karishma Brahmbhatt, Senior Associate, Allen & Overy LLP

Please also see: SCL response to the ICO consultation on the draft right of access guidance - SCL members invited to contribute

Administration notes:
This event has SOLD OUT and no further bookings will be taken. Please email to be added to the waiting list.

The cost of attendance at this meeting is £90 + VAT (£108) for SCL members and £160 + VAT (£192) for non-members. Bookings can be made online or you can email to make your booking and request an invoice.

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