Deepfakes Are Getting Real: The Evolving Legal and Technical Issues Raised November 30th at 12:00pm - 2:00pm Register Ben Colman is the founder of Reality Defender (www.RealityDefender.ai), the leading provider of deepfake detection. Over the past 15 years, Ben has scaled multiple companies at the intersection of cybersecurity and fintech. Prior to this, Ben led cybersecurity commercialization at Goldman Sachs, and worked at Google.Ben holds an MBA from NYU Stern and a bachelor’s degree from Claremont McKenna College. Jim Rosenfeld is a partner in the media practice group at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, and Partner-in-Charge of DWT’s New York office. He litigates for and counsels clients on risks and claims relating to their content, representing a wide range of internet content and service providers, and publishers and broadcasters in every medium. Jim’s cases span media, intellectual property, and internet law – including copyright, trademark, defamation, right-of-publicity, invasion of privacy, freedom of information law, reporter’s privilege, and commercial matters. He has particular expertise on issues unique to content providers on the internet and other new platforms, including the DMCA and CDA legal immunities for user-generated content; liability arising from linking, sharing, distributing, embedding, moderating, and aggregating content; and issues relating to online advertising, social media, bots, artificial intelligence, and piracy. Chambers USA has ranked Jim as one of “America’s Leading Lawyers for Business” in Media & Entertainment: Litigation and First Amendment Litigation. As Ampersand’s Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel, Noga Rosenthal is responsible for guiding the company’s privacy and legal initiatives; she holds deep expertise in the development and implementation of comprehensive privacy programs. Noga previously served as Chief Privacy Officer at Epsilon where she led the company’s worldwide privacy, compliance and regulatory activities. Prior to Epsilon, she served as General Counsel and Vice President for Compliance and Policy for the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), helping craft industry standards around the responsible collection and use of data for digital advertising and managing its compliance program to help ensure that member companies delivered on the promise of self-regulation for interest-based advertising. Furthermore, she also led global legal affairs for WPP’s Xaxis, a pioneering programmatic digital media business, as SVP and General Counsel.