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Privacy SIG: Privacy Compliance and the Importance of Due Diligence: Redefining Privacy

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Date and Time

July 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Event Category

Web Conference


Amelia Ghidotti


Lisa O'Connell


With more than a dozen privacy laws in effect or coming into effect, digital advertising is increasingly becoming a regulated industry. While proper notice, fulfillment of opt-out rights, and post-transaction consumer requests (e.g., deletion) have dominated the enforcement and compliance landscape, attention is increasingly being paid to one of the fundamental changes in state privacy laws – their inclusion of requirements around vendor diligence and accountability.

What does this mean for SSPs, DSPS, and the rest of the digital advertising ecosystem? We will examine how personal data traverses the digital advertising ecosystem, why the privacy diligence and accountability requirements under state privacy laws are paramount in light of those data flows,  changes in business practices needed to achieve compliance, and how technology solutions will need to evolve to meet these requirements.


Zachary Miller – Information Security Engineer, Kratos Defense and Security Solutions

Zach is a skilled information security professional committed to safeguarding digital landscapes. Beyond his corporate role, he dedicates himself to supporting small businesses and non-profits, actively contributing to their organizational resilience.

He looks forward to collaborating with fellow members and contributing to the success of the Privacy Special Interest Group, the ISSA, and its members.

See Zachary Miller‘s full profile.


Richy Glassberg

A 25-year digital media pioneer Richy has led seven startups: three inside of big media companies, four outside. Richy now serves as Co-Founder and CEO of SafeGuard Privacy. He previously held executive roles at leading brands, agencies, and media companies. In his role as CEO/COO at Medialets, Richy pivoted & sold the company to WPP. Richy was on the founding team of CNN.com, the CEO/Founder of Phase2Media, a co-founder of IAB, and a co-founding board member of Breastcancer.org. Richy has also served at MTVN, Turner Broadcasting, and News Corp.

See Richy Glassberg‘s full profile.

Michael Hahn – EVP and General Counsel, IAB

Michael Hahn is Executive Vice President & General Counsel at the Interactive Advertising Bureau, IAB Technology Laboratory and Trustworthy Accountability Group. Michael has responsibility for all legal matters, including the direction of legal strategy, privacy and antitrust compliance, intellectual property rights issues, and general corporate and contractual matters. Michael is also responsible for serving as an advocate for the industry on common legal issues affecting member companies.

Michael joined IAB, IAB Tech Lab and TAG from Lowenstein Sandler LLP where he served as Vice Chair of the firm’s Antitrust Practice Group. In that role, he provided clients with strategic counsel around competition, distribution and governance issues. In the area of litigation, Michael’s matters have included multiparty class action antitrust defense representation, as well as direct lawsuits involving competitor conduct, distributional restraints, monopolization, and price discrimination claims.

Michael serves as Co-Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Antitrust Law Committee. He previously served on the Editorial Advisory Board of Competition Law 360 and the Advisory Board of the American Bar Association Antitrust Section’s Civil Torts & RICO Committee. Michael frequently publishes on a range of legal and policy issues.

Michael earned his B.A. in History and Political Science from Rutgers University, M.P.P. from Georgetown University and J.D. for Georgetown University Law Center.

See Michael Hahn‘s full profile.

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