Hannah McCausland leads the international group at the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The ICO’s International Engagement functions as the gateway to other data protection and privacy authorities on international matters. She’s involved in the work of the EU European Data Protection Board advising the commissioner and the deputy commissioner on international positioning of the ICO, and she has played a key role over the past six years in the ICO’s strategy on navigating the EU’s data protection framework. Hannah has also played a major role at the global level and advancing the practical tools that data protection and privacy regulators can use for enforcement cooperation. Prior to the ICO, Hannah worked both in Brussels and Amsterdam for almost ten years on international data protection regulation. In media and research sectors, she holds degrees from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Hannah McCausland, Regulating the GDPR: Perspectives from the United Kingdom, 42 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1023 (2019).
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