American Bar Association
Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Rights Committee

Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Rights Committee

About the Committee

Mission Statement

The Privacy, E-Commerce and Data Security Committee has been established as a resource to assist in the education of international law practitioners on the evolving international laws and practices relating to privacy and data protection, in particular as they relate to global e-business, and to contribute to the development of policy and the promotion of the rule of law in those areas.

PEDS Committee Panels at the 2017 Europe Forum

The PEDS Committee is co-sponsoring two panels at the 2017 Europe Forum.

All events will be held at the Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I (Avenida Diagonal 661-671 08028 Barcelona Spain) in the rooms indicated below.

Monday, 12 June
Cyber Security: The New Hidden Risks of M&A Deals
(As co-sponsor)
11.00a - 12.30p

Tuesday, 13 June
Cross-Border Transfer of Personal Data
(As co-sponsor)
9.00a - 10.30a

Full program descriptions available in the Forum's brochure available here.

We hope to see you there!

Programs, Meetings & Events

Section Events

    Steel / Aluminum Tariffs – Key Compliance and Other Considerations for Companies and their Lawyers


    The steel and aluminum tariffs were announced on March 8, 2018. This program will discuss: The latest news about how the steel and aluminum tariffs apply; The enforcement methods Customs and Border Protection is likely to implement; The grounds for any exclusions being granted to U.S. trading partners; ...

    Employment Law World Tour: Employment Law in Turkey


    The SIL Employment Committee is embarking on a World Tour of employment law! Our members have volunteered to share their expertise on employment law in their jurisdictions through quick, focused teleconferences that will occur on a regular basis during the 2017/18 season. The teleconferences will follow ...

    First Ever Encryption Happy Hour!


    Come join BIS's Aaron Amundson over a drink (wine or beer or tea or coffee) and snack and learn about US encryption export controls. Aaron will NOT cover the basics but will update practitioners on what has changed over the last few years including such fascinating topics as: What happened to Note ...



Chung, Cecil
McGlynn, Daniel
Rashbaum, Kenneth


Chopra, Shruti
McGlynn, Daniel
Meyers, Daniel
Prestia, Joseph
Schmidt, Laura
Thoms, Anahita
de Lima, Carlos Eduardo

Committee Roster  

Modified by Joseph Prestia on March 21, 2018

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