Milestones in Privacy
On February 24, in an unprecedented decision, an Italian judge convicts a chief privacy officer on privacy violations based on the activities of his company.
Introduction of new legislation globally, such as the Canadian anti-spam law and Mexico’s federal data protection law.
A sign of increased U.S. government involvement in the protection of privacy, the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Commerce release major privacy reports calling for a national breach notification law, a federal privacy office and a do-not-track mechanism for the Internet.
The FTC joins APEC’s Global Privacy Enforcement Network.
On March 16, the IAPP celebrates its 10th anniversary at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. The event is simulcast around the world.
The IAPP’s annual Global Privacy Summit, held in Washington, DC on April 19–21, 2010, is a sold out event, making it the largest gathering of privacy professionals in the world.
The IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium 2010 is held at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario on May 26–28.
The IAPP Delegate Tour, June 21–25, visits Berlin, Brussels and Paris and offers unparalleled access to regulators and privacy professionals in Europe.
For the second straight year, the Practical Privacy Series: Healthcare, Online Privacy, IT Security and Privacy, Data Breach and Data Governance is held in Santa Clara, CA on June 14–15. The Practical Privacy Series: FTC and Government is held in Washington, DC, December 7–9.
The July issue of the Privacy Advisor is the first digital version of the IAPP’s long-standing publication.
On September 29–October 1, 2010, the IAPP hosts the Privacy Academy at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, MD.
The IAPP presents Privacy Innovation Awards to Symcor, Inc. (large organization) for the “A-integrity” process; Minnesota Privacy Consultants (smaller organization) for the “Privacy Maturity Model;” and Microsoft Corporation (technology) for the “U-Prove” identity management technology at the annual IAPP Privacy Dinner, held in conjunction with the IAPP Privacy Academy.
Jennifer Stoddart, Privacy Commissioner of Canada, wins the 2010 Privacy Vanguard award for her exemplary leadership in Canada and around the world on data protection and privacy issues.
In November 2010, the IAPP reaches 7,500 members.
The inaugural IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress, held in Paris, France, November 29–30, sells out.
IAPP Executive Committee:
Nuala O’Connor Kelly, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Leader and Senior Counsel, General Electric Company
Bojana Bellamy, Director of Data Privacy, Accenture
Jeff Green, CIPP/C, Vice President, Global Compliance Governance & Chief Privacy Officer, Royal Bank of Canada
Jane Horvath, CIPP, CIPP/G, Global Privacy Counsel, Google, Inc
President & CEO
J. Trevor Hughes, CIPP, IAPP
IAPP Board of Directors:
Allen Brandt, CIPP, Corporate Counsel, Chief Privacy Official, Graduate Management Admission Council
Agnes Bundy Scanlan, Esq., CIPP, Chief Compliance Officer, TD Bank N.A., Global Chief Privacy Officer, TD Bank Group
Malcolm Crompton, CIPP, Past President, IAPP/ANZ, Managing Director, Information Integrity Solutions Pty Ltd
Stanley W. Crosley, Esq., CIPP, Co-Director, Indiana University Center for Strategic Health Information Provisioning, Partner, Privacy & Information Services
D. Reed Freeman, Jr., CIPP, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Sandra R. Hughes, CIPP, Associate Director of Information Governance & Privacy, Procter & Gamble Company
Alexander W. Joel, CIPP, CIPP/G, Civil Liberties Protection Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Brendon Lynch, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
Kirk J. Nahra, CIPP, Ex Officio Board member and managing Editor of the Privacy Advisor, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
Lisa J. Sotto, Partner & Head, Privacy and Information Management Practice, Hunton & Williams LLP
Scott Taylor, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, Hewlett-Packard Company
Florian Thoma, Chief Data Protection Officer, Siemans
Richard Thomas, UK Information Commissioner (2002–2009)