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World Bank Group Data Privacy Day 2022 | Roundtable with Global Data Protection Authorities



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The international data protection landscape is vibrant and dynamic, propelled forward by consumer sophistication and robust new legislation that addresses a host of novel technologies with explosive potential. National data protection authorities stand at the helm of this global shift. From education to legislation to investigation and enforcement, their complex and essential role is becoming increasingly recognized. Join representatives from a diverse spectrum of data protection authorities as they discuss emerging privacy trends, the unique challenges they face, and the recent interagency collaboration announcement between data protection authorities in Brazil and Spain, the first of its kind. ata Privacy Day is an international effort that takes place annually on January 28 to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. The World Bank Group Data Privacy Day (“WBG DPD”) is one of the premier global Data Privacy Day events, which internally and externally promotes privacy awareness and best practices for the responsible handling of personal data. More information: https://live.worldbank.org/world-bank-group-data-privacy-day-2022?cid=ECR_YT_Worldbank_EN_EXT

Speakers:
- Commissioner Blanca Lilia Ibarra Cadena, Data Protection Commissioner, Mexico, and President of the Global Privacy Assembly
- Ms. Mercedes Ortuño, Spanish Data Protection Agency
- Dr. Miriam Wimmer, Director of the Brazilian Data Protection Authority (ANPD)
- Ms. Tami Dokken, Chief Data Privacy Officer, World Bank
- Ms. Bojana Bellamy, President, the Center for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL)

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