Hogan Lovells (UK)
Eduardo is a partner in the global Privacy and Information Management practice of Hogan Lovells and an internationally recognised expert in privacy and data protection law. He is a dually qualified English Solicitor and Spanish Abogado based in London.
Eduardo is also the author of The Future of Privacy (DataGuidance, 2013), a ground breaking book where he anticipates the key elements that organisations and privacy professionals will need to tackle to comply with the regulatory framework of the future.
Eduardo advises some of the world's leading companies on the adoption of global privacy strategies and is closely involved in the development of the new EU data protection framework.
Access Now (AR)
Simon Hania is Data Protection Officer at Uber, heading the global team that independently advises on and monitors Ubers compliance with GDPR. In the past Simon held the position of VP Privacy & Security at TomTom and before that various positions in IT service management. Simon is a trained engineer who has learned to love the law.
DG CNECT (EU)
Andrea Katalin Toth is a legal and policy officer at the Data Policy and Innovation Unit of DG CNECT within the European Commission. Her work focuses on the implementation of the EU's Data Strategy and on the horizontal legislative initiatives related to data. Sha obtained her J.D. degree from the Eotvos Lorand University (Budapest, Hungary) and her LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Law from the University of Houston.
DG JUST (EU)
Olivier Micol is the head of the Data protection unit within the Directorate General for Justice and Consumers of the European Commission He joined the European Commission in 1996 where he followed in particular the bilateral trade relations between the EU and Asia for 12 years, first in the Directorate General for Trade, then in the EU Delegation in China. From 2009 to 2013, he was the deputy head of the Consumer strategy unit, and from 2013 to 2016 the head of the Financial services and redress unit in the Directorate General for Justice and Consumers.
CNRS and Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society (FR/US)