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(L to R): Barbara Lawler, vice president and chief privacy and data ethics officer at Looker Data Sciences; Lydia de la Torre, a privacy law fellow at Santa Clara Law and former in-house privacy lawyer for Axiom and PayPal; Anna Gassot, associate at FieldFisher; and Jestlan Hopkins, a manager at KPMG (Photo: Caroline Spiezio/ALM)

Sweeping privacy and data protection regulatory changes in California and the European Union are keeping in-house counsel busy, especially at tech companies.

Caroline Spiezio

Caroline covers the intersection of tech and law for Corporate Counsel. She's based in San Francisco. Find her on Twitter @CarolineSpiezio.

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