Data Privacy in an Era of Change - A Focus on Children & Teens

January 28, 2021


Event Speakers:



Jeff Brennan

Chief Privacy Officer & General Counsel

Leveraging his JD, MBA, and International Association of Privacy Professional certifications - Fellow Information Privacy (FIP) and Certified Information Privacy Professional credentials for the US, Europe, and Management (CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPM) to help start-up and technology businesses understand and navigate the myriad of privacy laws and regulations. In addition to Vettd, Jeff has been serving in a privacy advisory role for PRIVO.



David Kleeman

Senior Vice President of Global Trends

Strategist, analyst, author, speaker, connector — David Kleeman has led the children’s media industry in developing sustainable, child-friendly practices for more than 30 years. He began this work as president of the American Center for Children and Media. David is advisory board chair to the international children’s TV festival PRIX JEUNESSE, Board Vice President for the National Association for Media Literacy Education, and on the board of the Children’s Media Association and the Advisory Board of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center.



Anna Morgan

Head of Legal Affairs, Deputy Commissioner
Irish Data Protection Commission

In addition to leading the legal function within the Data Protection Commission (DPC), Anna also has responsibility for the area of Children’s Policy. She developed and led the DPC’s innovative public consultation on the processing of children’s data and the exercise of children’s rights as data subjects in the digital sphere which directly consulted with children, as well as adult stakeholders. This work has now culminated in the recent publication of detailed draft guidance by the DPC titled “Children Front and Centre: Fundamentals for a Child Oriented Approach to Data Processing” which is open for public consultation until 31 March 2021. Anna is also a doctoral candidate at the Law School in Trinity College, Dublin with her Ph.D. thesis focusing on operationalizing children’s data subject rights under the GDPR.



Claire Quinn

VP of Compliance & DPO, CIPP/E

Claire Quinn has more than 20 years’ experience in the media, online and digital space working closely with major child directed brands, developers, third party service providers, moderation companies, law enforcement, regulators and organizations such as CEOP (Child Online Protection Command). She has a proven track record in child privacy & safety and specializes in COPPA and GDPRkids™. She has overseen the certification and privacy compliance work for PBS KIDS, Toca Boca, Elf on the Shelf, Crayola, Spin Master, Beano, Roald Dahl and more.



Tony Stower

Policy Lead
5Rights Foundation

Tony is the Director of External Engagement at 5Rights. He has a background in complex policy development and communication in the public sector and most recently led work at the NSPCC to keep children safe online.



Denise G. Tayloe

Co-Founder & CEO

Denise G. Tayloe is a recognized leader and authority in permission and identity management. With PRIVO, she helps consumers manage their digital identities and provides consultation and software solutions that help companies effectively interact with children while in compliance with international laws. Ms. Tayloe is an invited speaker at conferences regarding children's privacy issues across the globe, and has been published in numerous publications.


James Trilling

Senior Attorney
FTC Division of Privacy and Identity Protection

Jim Trilling leads policy initiatives, investigations, and litigation. He played a leading role in the FTC’s recent workshop on the future of the COPPA Rule. He has played leading roles in numerous FTC privacy and data security matters, including the FTC’s cases against Uber Technologies, Inc., Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC, and CyberSpy Software, LLC. He served a two-year detail as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, where he conducted investigations and worked on legislative proposals regarding privacy, data security, and a variety of other issues. Before joining the FTC, he litigated cases in private practice and clerked for Judge David F. Hamilton. He is a graduate of Indiana University and Harvard Law School.



Amelia Vance

Director of Youth & Education
Future of Privacy Forum

Amelia Vance is Director of the Youth and Education Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum. Amelia advises policymakers, academics, companies, districts, and states on child and student privacy law and best practices; oversees the Education Privacy Resource Center website and the review of applicants to the Student Privacy Pledge; and convenes stakeholders to ensure the responsible use of student data and education technology in schools. She is a regular speaker at education and privacy conferences in the U.S. and abroad, has testified before the House Education and Workforce Committee, spoken on child and education privacy issues for two Federal Trade Commission workshops, serves on the New York and Maryland state student privacy councils, and is part of the group of experts reviewing the OECD revised recommendations on the protection of children online. Prior to FPF, Amelia was the Director of the Education Data & Technology Project at the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). Amelia is a member of the Virginia State Bar and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.



Adam Woodgate

Senior Vice President
Initially spending time in audience research for LWT, he then moved into creating content for broadcasters firstly working in the US and subsequently in the UK. In 2001 he retuned to an audience insight as Group Head of Research coordinate research in support of Emap’s (now Bauer) broadcast properties. Following a period of time spent with Guardian Media Group, he went on to work in insight on many global and kids’ brands for BBC Worldwide.


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