Anonymisation defines the scope of data protection law and enables data use (e.g. for research). Our joint paper with Bristows sets out the challenges. Our speakers explored what a pragmatic approach to anonymisation could look like and what it would mean for organizations.

Speakers

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Marc Dautlich

Partner,
Bristows

Marc Dautlich is a Partner at Bristows. Marc is a technology law specialist with over 25 years’ experience gained in private practice as inhouse legal counsel. He advises clients in the technology, financial services and life sciences sectors on technology, data protection, cyber risk matters. He is a member of the International Technology Law Association, the IAPP, the Data Protection Finance Group, the Cyber-Security Information Sharing Partnership and TechUK.

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Guy Cohen

Head of Policy,
Privitar

Guy Cohen is Head of Policy at Privitar. Guy joined Privitar in 2016, prior to which he worked in the UK Civil Service, in the Department of Health, the Cabinet Office and HMRC. Guy has been a fellow at Cambridge University’s Centre of Science and Policy, a member of the Royal Society Privacy Enhancing Technologies Working Group, and is the technical editor for the IEEE Data Privacy Process Standard.

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