In the wake of Cambridge Analytica, corporate data breaches and the European Union’s Global Data Protection Regulation, it’s likely Congress will address consumer data collection and privacy legislation this year.
Data collection happens everywhere, including today, in your car. As the automotive industry
evolves in the digital age, what happens to the tsunami of data coming from today’s cars? Who owns that data? And how can we protect consumers’ privacy and right to choose?
Don’t miss your chance to hear from automotive, security, technology and privacy thought leaders and consumer advocates as they discuss America’s next great privacy issue: car data.
Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. EST
(registration opens at 9 a.m.)
Jeff Plungis, lead automotive investigative reporter, Consumer Reports
Sally Greenberg, executive director, National Consumers League
Greg Potter, chief technology officer, Equipment and Tool Institute
Lauren Smith, policy counsel, Future of Policy Forum
Dogwood Conference Room, Mezzanine Level
901 Massachusetts Ave., NW