Digital Governance Forum - June 2024


At our first Digital Governance Forum meeting earlier this year, we discussed the future of digital data governance and what you needed to do to be ready. At our second meeting, we explored the changing legislative landscape at home and abroad – equipping you with what you need to know about the evolving priorities of politicians and regulators and why you need to get involved.

What Advertisers Need to Know About the Current Digital Legislative and Regulatory Landscape

  • Welcome and Introduction hosted by ISBA and Radha Gohil, Chair and Data Governance and Privacy Lead at Shell 
  • The end of Third-Party Cookies, why Privacy Sandbox was inevitable and why your policy approach to privacy-centric marketing will underpin business growth - Charles PingEuropean Managing DirectorThe Winterberry Group
  • Approaching AI regulation and why it matters to advertisers – Lord Tim Clement-JonesCo-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence in interview with ISBA’s Clare O’Brien. This covered the differing approaches between the UK and US (as well as the EU). Lord Tim also shared his views on why regulation in this emerging field is so important to advertisers.
  • Data, Privacy and AI – The European Picture - Gabbi RobitailleAssociate Director, Digital Policy, WFA - EU legislation continues to influence global data, digital and privacy legislation – and it’s currently a packed agenda
  • The UK Data Bill – What it is and what it means, what difference a new Government will bring and how advertisers can begin shaping their governance policies - Sacha Wilson, Partner, Harbottle
  • Final questions & Summary: Radha Gohil