Max Schrems, the well-known privacy activist will be joined on stage by Rob Masson, DPO Centre CEO and Eleonor Duhs of Fieldfisher, who was the UK Government’s lead lawyer in EU negotiations on the GDPR, and Shane Murphy, Head of Policy – International Data Transfers from the DCMS (Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport) to discuss international data transfers at the European Data Protection Summit in London on June 3rd.
Max Schrems is leading campaigns against tech giants such as Facebook and Google for alleged privacy violations and is the founder of NOYB – the European Center for Digital Rights. Rob said “I’m very much looking forward to what I’m sure will be an interesting and stimulating discussion. Huge amounts of personal data are now transferred across international borders. Continuously evolving technology and different regulatory environments make protecting privacy and personal data extremely complex and raise numerous challenges for everyone involved”