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Data Privacy in Transatlantic Perspective: Conflict or Cooperation? - part 1
Sponsored by the Duke University Center for European Studies and Duke Law Center for International and Comparative Law, this day-long conference brings together leading legal scholars, privacy professionals, and government officials from Europe and the United States to discuss the future of data privacy in light of the new realities of our times. Welcome and Opening Remarks by Francesca Bignami and Gilbert Merkx Panel 1: The Past and Present of Data Privacy Moderated by Leonardo Cervera Navas. Panelists: Howard Beales, Peter Hustinx, and Stefano Rodota.
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