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CNIL recommendations on consent collection for cookies and trackers

How the French Data Protection Authority imagines website and app operators to obtain valid consent for cookies and trackers.

CNIL recommendations on consent collection for cookies and trackers

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Lisa Gradow
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Usercentrics GmbH
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CNIL recommendations on consent collection for cookies and trackers

How the French Data Protection Authority imagines website and app operators to obtain valid consent for cookies and trackers.

The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL) has published a draft for recommendations on cookies and trackers. In this paper, the authority outlines specifically how to compliantly obtain consent for cookies and trackers on websites and in apps. The guidelines give very detailed proposals on a series of issues like concrete category descriptions, when to ask for consent, or on the visual and technical specifications of the second level of a consent banner.

In this webinar, our expert speaker Ahmed Baladi, partner in the Paris office of the renowned Law Firm Gibson Dunn, will  give you an overview of the new recommendations, what they mean practically and how companies that have relevant business in both Germany and France should act.

Who is the webinar addressing?

Legal, Marketing and IT Executives, Data Protection Officers, Website and App Operators and Agencies

What to expect:

  • Legal Status Quo of GDPR regarding the Cookie Banner 
  • New CNIL recommendations on cookies and trackers
  • Practical examples of those recommendations
  • Contradictions to recommendations of German authorities
  • Checklist for businesses – what to follow?

*Usercentrics webinar partner is Gibson Dunn.

CNIL recommendations on consent collection for cookies and trackers

9/4/20203:00pm CEST1 hour
How the French Data Protection Authority imagines website and app operators to obtain valid consent for cookies and trackers.

The Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés (CNIL) has published a draft for recommendations on cookies and trackers. In this paper, the authority outlines specifically how to compliantly obtain consent for cookies and trackers on websites and in apps. The guidelines give very detailed proposals on a series of issues like concrete category descriptions, when to ask for consent, or on the visual and technical specifications of the second level of a consent banner.

In this webinar, our expert speaker Ahmed Baladi, partner in the Paris office of the renowned Law Firm Gibson Dunn, will give you an overview of the new recommendations, what they mean practically and how companies that have relevant business in both Germany and France should act.

What to expect:
- Legal Status Quo of GDPR regarding the Cookie Banner
- New CNIL recommendations on cookies and trackers
- Practical examples of those recommendations
- Contradictions to recommendations of German authorities
- Checklist for businesses - what to follow?

Speakers:
Ahmed Baladi, Partner, Gibson Dunn Paris
Ahmed Baladi is a French qualified partner in the Paris office of Gibson Dunn and Co-Chair of the firm’s Privacy, Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection Practice Group. His practice focuses in Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, and in Technology & Digital Transactions. Mr. Baladi has developed renowned experience in compliance and governance programs in light of the GDPR. He regularly represents clients before the French data protection authority and other national DPAs and administrative courts, and advises on data breach and national security matters.

Lisa Gradow, Co-Founder, Usercentrics
Lisa Gradow is Co-Founder of Usercentrics. The legal expert was founding several companies and initiatives before. Most recently, she implemented the GDPR operationally at the digital asset manager Scalable Capital.

Speakers

Ahmed Baladi, Gibson Dunn

Ahmed Baladi

Partner
Gibson Dunn Paris

Ahmed Baladi is a French qualified partner in the Paris office of Gibson Dunn and Co-Chair of the firm’s Privacy, Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection Practice Group. His practice focuses in Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, and in Technology & Digital Transactions.

Lisa Gradow Co-Founder Usercentrics

Lisa Gradow

Co-Founder
Usercentrics GmbH

Lisa Gradow is Co-Founder of Usercentrics. The legal expert was founding several companies and initiatives before. Most recently, she implemented the GDPR operationally at the digital asset manager Scalable Capital.

CNIL recommendations on consent collection for cookies and trackers

Virtual, Germany
How the French Data Protection Authority imagines website and app operators to obtain valid consent for cookies and trackers.
Add to Calendar 2020-04-09 00:00 2020-04-09 00:00 Europe/Berlin CNIL recommendations on consent collection for cookies and trackers How the French Data Protection Authority imagines website and app operators to obtain valid consent for cookies and trackers. DD/MM/YYYY 15 use-title Lisa Gradow lisa.gradow@usercentrics.com

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