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Cookie Reports' EU Privacy Law Workshop


Date:
8 May 2012
Time:
12.00 to 16:00
Venue:
Deloitte
Address:
New Street Square, London

ABC is working with Cookie Reports to help its members address the new EU Privacy Law.

Cookie Reports, would like to invite you to a workshop to discuss and explore the key issues in achieving compliance with the EU Privacy Directive.  Compliance with the law will come into effect in the UK on 26th May 2012. There are two workshops available, an afternoon session on 8th May and a morning session on 10th May 2012 at Deloitte HQ, New Street Square, London - each one scheduled for 90 minutes.

Cookie Reports have been delivering technology driven solutions into such brands as AXA, Met Office, Coca-Cola, Barclays, Clarks and HMRC. They will share some of their practical experience with you along with some of the insights they have gained in working across the EU and supporting the likes of IBM, ISBA, SOCITM, IMRG and ABC. Deloitte will also be offering an insight into the state of play across the EU, with one of Europe's most respected practitioners, Peter Gooch on hand for the Q&A session.

To gain the maximum value from these highly interactive sessions we welcome your questions in advance by email - it might also be worth having a look at the 'client questions and thoughts'  in the back of their journey to privacy publication.

Cookie Reports look forward to seeing you at these highly anticipated events.  Before the event, you may wish to secure a free summary report of the cookies on your site.

To reserve your seat, please email: abc.support@CookieReports.com

Previous events have been considerably over subscribed and Cookie Reports have a limit of 2 attendees per organisation.
Schedule Tuesday 8th May 13:00 – 16:00
13:00 – 13:45 registration - refreshments available.
13:45 – 15:15 workshop
15:15 – 16:00 networking & tea, coffee and biscuits available.
16:00 Close There is also a workshop on the morning of 10 May.