CLE-Data Privacy Talks


Monday, April 11, 2022 -
12:15pm to 1:30pm




Data Privacy Talks

Monday, April 11, 2022
Virtual Event
12:15-1:30 PM
Approved for 1 Nevada CLE credit

Registration will be closing at 11 a.m. day of event.

This presentation emphasizes the importance of policy and legislation in the data privacy field. Speaking from hisr experience will be Hector Dominguez, a representative from SmartCity PDX, which created a public and private sector ban on use of facial recognition technology in the city of Portland and is currently working on a surveillance ordinance for public agencies.  Also, Christina Koningisor will present her research on the federally approved surveillance methods and technology that now seem to have "creeped" into local law enforcement practices. Senator Cannizzaro and Senator Cullimore will speak about the importance of having privacy protections in the law, the process of pushing Utah’s Consumer Privacy Bill and Nevada’s Privacy Act, and what they hope to see in the future regarding privacy protections for online consumers. Finally, Nevada attorney Brian Pezzillo will talk about his work in privacy compliance, data breach requirements, and drafting privacy notices. The presenters will show that not everything has to be done at the federal level; that privacy and protections can be achieved locally; and that we can all make that happen. This is an opportunity for those in policy and academia to share their motivations, experience, and activism in policy drafting.

Presented by:
Senator Kirk Cullimore
Senator Nicole J. Cannizzaro
Christina Koningisor
Hector Dominguez
Brian Pezzillo


12:15-12:20  Welcome and Introductions
12:20-12:35  Christina Koningisor
12:35-12:45  Hector Dominguez
12:45-1:10  Senator Nicole Cannizzaro and Senator Kirk Cullimore
1:10-1:20  Brian Pezzillo
1:20-1:30  Questions and Closing Remarks