Reflecting on Successes and Challenges of Data Protection Legislation with Emma Martins

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Reflecting on Successes and Challenges of Data Protection Legislation with Emma Martins

November 20 at 12:00 - 14:00

Join us for an engaging Chamber Lunch event as we bid farewell to Emma Martins, the esteemed CEO of the Office of Data Protection Authority (ODPA). Emma Martins has been at the forefront of shaping data protection policies, advocating for privacy rights, and spearheading crucial initiatives during her tenure.

During this event, Emma will share her invaluable insights on the progress made by the ODPA, highlighting the significant successes achieved thus far.

Moreover, Emma will candidly discuss the challenges faced by the ODPA and the broader landscape of data protection. She will delve into the evolving nature of privacy concerns, emerging technologies, and the regulatory landscape, providing her expert perspective on the hurdles that lie ahead.

This event presents a unique opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the current state of data protection and valuable insights into future directions. Attendees will have the chance to engage in thought-provoking dialogue, exchanging ideas and perspectives on navigating the complex and ever-evolving landscape of data privacy.

Join us for an insightful Chamber Lunch as we reflect on successes, discuss challenges, and set a course for the future of data protection.

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About Emma

Bailiwick of Guernsey Data Protection Commissioner Emma Martins has overseen the evolution of data protection in the Channel Islands for the past two decades, becoming Commissioner for both Jersey and Guernsey in 2012 when a pan-island regulatory office was set up, then staying on in Guernsey when the two offices separated in 2017. Emma believes passionately that responsible data protection practices are about protecting people and that behavior change comes from a cultural shift, rather than enforcement alone.


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