March 20, 2020

Episode 7: Map a Policy Path with Oriana Senatore and Megan Brown

Today, data-driven innovation means our lives are easier, faster, and more connected. But with these advances come questions. How can we reap those benefits and still trust that our personal information is being protected? And what role do businesses and governments play?

In this episode, Oriana Senatore, Senior Vice President of Policy and Research at the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform interviews Megan Brown, a Partner at Wiley and well-known expert in the legal privacy and technology field, on commonsense ideas for state privacy legislation.

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