AGENDA: Trust, Identity and Data Privacy: A Multistakeholder Approach

 

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Trust, Identity and Data Privacy — A Multi-Stakeholder Approach: Protecting consumers, news, brands and democracy

April 24-25, 2019, Washington, D.C.

       

CONCEPT AGENDA (times, program subject to change) 

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

NOTE:  Speakers and schedule subject to change 

1:00 pm     Welcome

      • Fran Wills, Local Media Consortium CEO
      • Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, ITEGA Board Chair
      • Brendan Riordan-Butterworth, ITEGA Tech Consultant

1:15 pm     Agenda and Ground Rules
                   Michelle De Mooy, privacy consultant:
“FIRST DRAFT: A consensus privacy statement and ecosystem”

1:30 pm      DISCUSSION: What problems are we addressing?
                    Moderator:   Michelle de Mooy, privacy consultant

      • Publishers: Chris Hendricks, President, LMC
      • Consumers: Justin Brookman, Consumers Union
      • Regulatory/Statutory:  TBD
      • Technologists: Don Marti, Mozilla

2:15 pm     Why are we here? Fast reports and discussion |
                   Facilitator: Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, ITEGA 

    • GETTING THINGS DONE 
      • Readouts with feedback / discussion from all stakeholders
      • Breakouts to make more progress on deliverable and define next steps
      • Building an open identity service for news:
        A Progress Report

3:00 pm     BIO AND REFRESHMENTS BREAK

3:15 pm      Presenter: “Expectations vs. Reality: Research on Consumer Privacy Expectations”
                   Presenter: TBA

3:30 pm     Group Discussion: “The Identity Challenge:  Systems and Stakeholders, Transparency and Trust”
                   Discussants: TBD

4:15 pm     Ideastorming: What are going to be the biggest barriers from your perspective to making this type of identity ecosystem a reality? 

4:30 pm                Breakouts: Organize topics for Wed and dinner discussions
                             Facilitator: Michelle De Mooy, privacy consultant
A chance to propose topics and focus for Wednesday’s agenda

5:00 pm     RAPID REVIEW: Perspectives on the day, and what’s to be done on Thursday
acilitators: Fran Wills, LMC | Jo Ellen Kaiser, ITEGA

Dinner on your own. Dinner discussions are encouraged!

Thursday, April 25, 2019 

NOTE:  Speakers and schedule subject to change 

8:30 am       Continental Breakfast        

9:00 am       Opening Remarks | Facilitator: Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, ITEGA

9:15 am     Group Discussion: Elements of Model Consumer-Focused Privacy and Ad Transparency Policies and Practices
                   Facilitator: Michelle De Mooy, LMC

10:15 am     STRETCH, TELL JOKES, AND TAKE A BREAK

10:30 am     Idea Challenger: TBD
                    “How an Open User Data Ecosystem can Sustain Journalism”

11:45 am   Group Discussion: Promising technologies that preserve privacy and identity and what is needed to deploy them
Facilitator: Don Marti, Mozilla

12:30 pm   LUNCH DISCUSSION:  What’s Happening in DC, in the EU and in California? How is the regulatory environment shaping up?

1:30 pm     Group Discussion: What is needed to align incentives and get publishers, privacy advocates and advertisers, and users on board

2:00 pm     Breakouts: Small issue groups meet to discuss key issues and challenges

3:00 pm     Legal / Action Horizons:  Three quick views and discussion

  • A Conflict between GDPR and Charging for Content?
    Elizabeth Renieris, global policy counsel, Everynm Inc. (pending/by Skype)
  • Privacy – Pending Ideas in Congress
    Chris Pedigo, svp, policy, Digital Content Next

3:45 pm     Wrap up and Next Step Commitments

4:15 pm     ADJOURN 

NOTE:  Speakers and schedule subject to change 

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