Don't Get Sued! Critical privacy regulation updates & what they mean for you

Privacy is everyones business now. Whether you're an independent app developer or a major publisher, it is now a requirement to have a privacy policy in place to get an app published into any of the major app stores. However, it goes much further than this. A new version of COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act) went into effect July 1st of this year and the FTC is starting to sue developers who fail to adhere to the new regulations. There are also a myriad of other regulations that every developer needs to be aware of. What are they, exactly, and what do they mean for you? That's what you're going to learn at this meetup. Hear from industry experts who spend all their time working to protect developers from Rovio to the indie. You don't want to miss this - it will be informative in a fun and relaxing Modev atmosphere.  


6pm - doors, pizza, drinks, networking on the Holland & Knight Terrace 

7pm - program 

8pm - networking 

8:30pm - adjourn 


Christopher Cwalina 

Chris is a partner in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C., office and co-chair of the Data Privacy and Security Team. He concentrates his practice primarily on privacy and data security compliance; litigation; defending companies in investigations initiated by state attorneys general, the FTC and other government agencies; responding to security breach incidents; establishing international compliance frameworks for companies; and developing and writing company policies and procedures.

Morgan Reed 

Morgan Reed is a widely known and respected expert on the government impact on technology innovation. As ACT’s Executive Director, Morgan specializes in issues involving application development relating to privacy, intellectual property, competition, and small business innovation. His expertise and knowledge has been sought by the House and Senate in multiple hearings while his commentary and insight is a major draw for news networks including Fox Business News, MSNBC, CNBC, CNN, and ABC. He is consistently quoted in the trade and popular press, ranging from the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post to Ars Technica and Slashdot.

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  • Abraham

    Can you share the presentation for anyone who wasn't able to make it?

    September 11, 2013

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