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U.S. and EU Developments and International Conflicts in Online Platforms

Recorded on: Oct. 31, 2017
Running Time: 01:30:10

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Taken from the Web Program Online Platforms 2017: Hot Topics in Liability & Social Responsibility recorded October 2017 in San Francisco.

U.S. and EU Developments and International Conflicts in Online Platforms [01:30:10]
  • EU case law and legislative/regulatory developments, with focus on effects on American online platforms
  • Tension between free expression and privacy interests
  • U.S. case law and legislative developments
  • Effects of the Trump Administration
  • Jurisdictional conflicts and rivalries in a connected world
  • EU decisions
  • Canada’s Equustek case and global injunctions
(IAPP Privacy credit for Privacy Professionals)

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  • U.S. and EU Developments and International Conflicts in Online Platforms
    Graham Smith
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Laurent Crenshaw ~ Public Policy, Yelp Inc.
Daphne Keller ~ Director of Intermediary Liability, The Center for Internet and Society Stanford Law School
Graham Smith ~ Bird & Bird LLP
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