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Roundtable discussion on government access to data in the cloud: French and US approaches

23 mai 20138:00 AM - 9:30 AM Paris

How do governments get access to data in the cloud for law enforcement and national security purposes? 

Should privacy authorities be concerned?

Please join us for a roundtable discussion featuring: 

Donald Cabell, United States Department of Justice
Christopher Wolf, Hogan Lovells (Washington D.C.)
Florence Raynal, CNIL, Head of International Division
Carol Umhoefer, DLA Piper, Co-Chair, AmCham IT, New Media & Privacy Committee
Winston Maxwell, Hogan Lovells, Co-Chair, AmCham IT, New Media & Privacy Commitee
Participants will discuss the US Patriot Act, FISA, French law on access to computer data, and "security interceptions" as well as the proposed European Regulation and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.  The future AmCham France paper on cloud computing and access to data will also be presented. 

This is a forfait event: 

10€ AmCham France Members
15 € Non Members and Guests

Hogan Lovells
17 avenue Matignon
Paris
France

23 mai 2013
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

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