IAB Europe GDPR Panel at DMEXCO – 12th September at 10.15 – Debate Stage
GDPR one year on and the IAB Europe Transparency and Consent Framework 2.0
Debate Stage, hall 8 – 12th September at 10.15 – 10.45
To prepare for GDPR, IAB Europe launched the Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF) in April 2018 for the digital advertising ecosystem. One year on, the panel will discuss how GDPR and the TCF have impacted stakeholders, most notably users and publishers. The panel will also look at how European privacy regulation is impacting the rest of the world and what both regulators and stakeholders can learn from GDPR.
|Lindsay Rowntree – Head of Content, ExchangeWire
Lindsay Rowntree is head of content at ExchangeWire, where her responsibilities include curating and developing content around emerging models and technology within programmatic, ad tech and martech. Having joined ExchangeWire in January 2016, she previously held the role of director of search, UK at Starcom MediaVest Group, where she spent six years, providing her with extensive experience in digital advertising, performance marketing, data, technology, client servicing and media planning/buying.
|Townsend Feehan – CEO, IAB Europe
Townsend Feehan is CEO of IAB Europe. Prior to joining IAB Europe, Townsend worked for Microsoft Legal & Corporate Affairs in Brussels and ran EU industry associations in the ICT, consumer electronics and biotechnology sectors. She previously represented Microsoft on IAB Europe’s Board. Townsend has an M. Phil. in European policy from the University of Edinburgh.
|Stefan Hanloser – Vice-President, Data Protection Law, ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE.
Dr Stefan Hanloser is Vice-President, Data Protection Law at ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE. Operating out of the company’s headquarter in Munich, Stefan oversees ProSiebenSat.1’s group-wide privacy legal program. Prior to joining ProSiebenSat.1, Stefan worked as Global Corporate Privacy Officer at Allianz Asset Management AG, the financial services holding of Allianz Group. Stefan has a background as an information technology lawyer with two international law firms in Munich, New York, and Washington, D.C.
|Julia Shullman – Vice President, Chief Privacy Counsel, at Appnexus, a Xandr Company
Julia oversees AppNexus’ global privacy work, advising all internal teams on the development of policies, products, and partnerships in compliance with global data protection laws and industry self-regulation and best practices. Julia joined AppNexus in May 2014 as the lead attorney for AppNexus’ engagement on strategic sell-side commercial and product initiatives. Before AppNexus, Julia worked at UBM, a British information company where her practice focused on mergers & acquisitions and commercial matters. Prior to UBM, she was an associate at Latham & Watkins where she advised clients on mergers and acquisitions and corporate matters. Julia received a B.A. in Political Science and Psychology from Georgetown University and a J.D. from Columbia Law School.
|Stevan Randjelovic – Brand Safety Manager, GroupM EMEA
Having previously worked as an agency advocate in Brussels on many challenging issues for the ad industry, such as privacy and consumer protection, Stevan joined GroupM in 2017. He supports the company’s digital operations by looking after all areas of digital risk, and underpinning media quality processes and governance.