Marta Poślad joined Google in 2012. Before becoming the Head of Public Policy & Government Relations in CEE and Transatlantic Policy Lead, Marta was responsible for privacy & security policy in EMEA, as well as analyzing the impact of new technologies on societies and democracies on the academic front. She is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow, Aspen Institute Young Leader and an alumnus of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights Programme. A graduate of sociology at the University of Cambridge and political science at the University of Warsaw.
How to address the tension between the privacy rights of EU citizens and the US national security policy? Is an overhaul of US domestic privacy laws a likely possibility?
How can the USA and the EU work together to become standard-setters in the area of tech policy? Which are the key areas of common interest, and where are they likely to diverge? With data transfers being at the heart of the transatlantic economy, what should be the core provisions of a future transatlantic digital trade deal? (substitute for the cancelled Privacy Shield)