Lunchtime Lecture Live-stream - Securing the data-flows post-Brexit


location ODI Leeds | 1 PM-2 PM Friday 02 March 2018 (BST)

Watch the Lunchtime Lecture (streamed from London) in our comfy space

With the UK leaving the EU one of the key issues facing the tech sector is how to ensure data can continue to flow between the UK and EU post-Brexit. The free flow of data is crucial to the tech sector, and many other industries.

There are a number of options available but only one that represents a suitable solution for the entire economy. The UK and EU must seek mutual adequacy decisions, and during the talk Jeremy Lilley, techUK's Policy Manager, will explain why, what that is and how to go about it.

<b>About the speaker</b> Jeremy is a Policy Manager at techUK, responsible for techUK’s work on Data Protection policy, including the incoming General Data Protection Regulation, ePrivacy and International Data Transfers. He also leads techUK's Intellectual Property and Copyright work, including the Intellectual Property Policy Group, as well as being involved in techUK’s policy work on Brexit and online platforms, amongst other tech policy areas.

<b>Please note: The Lunchtime Lecture is available to watch online. You don't need to register to watch it, but you do need to register if you're coming to our place to watch it. So we can get the coffee/tea ready :)</b>

Location

ODI Leeds

3rd Floor Munro House, Duke St, Leeds LS9 8AG, UK

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