When building the schedule for the International Future Computing Summit, we realized the ramifications of the Client-to-Cloud Revolution go well beyond technology and content. It also represents new thinking in where and how our computing world lives. Is it in the cloud? Local? Between the two? What does that mean for privacy and digital rights? What legal considerations do content and technology makers need to think about?
Paul Lanois is Director in Privacy and Security at Fieldfisher and a leading technology and privacy lawyer. He is admitted to the bar in New York, the District of Columbia and the Supreme Court of the USA. Other qualifications include Fellow of Information Privacy by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and a Certified Information Privacy Professional specialized in Asian, US, European and Canadian law. He’s also a Certified Information Privacy Manager and a Certified Information Privacy Technologist.
Very excited to welcome Paul to the IFC Summit taking place November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.