Consumer Data Privacy in the United States: Cameron F. Kerry Visits Ireland
On October 9, 2012, General Counsel of the Department of Commerce, Cameron Kerry visited Ireland. Mr. Kerry is the principal legal advisor to the Secretary of Commerce and third ranking secretarial officer. Mr. Kerry is the Department’s chief ethics officer, and co-chairs the Secretary's Internet Policy Task Force, which brings together Commerce agencies with expertise on the internet in the 21st century global economy. During his visit here Mr. Kerry met with Billy Hawkes, Irish Data Protection Commissioner as well as the Joint Committee on Justice, Defense and Equality at Dail Eireann. Mr. Kerry also gave a lecture at the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) in Dublin entitled “Consumer Data Privacy in the United States: Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights, Multi-Stakeholder Processes, and Global Interoperability”. To view his speech at the IIEA, please click here.