Did you know email marketing might be at risk if you use consumer data? Come to DMA in DC 2013 to protect your email marketing practices.
Right now…Congress, the FTC, and the States want to end your ability to collect and use consumer data, including email marketing. Right now…DMA in DC is your forum for gaining the policy insight, advocacy tools and powerful connections you need to stop them. Register now and join us in Washington, DC, for…
DMA in DC 2013
Advancing the Data-Driven Way of Life
March 12 – 13, 2013
The Madison Hotel, Washington, DC
This year’s conference includes two stellar keynotes:
• Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill will share insight into privacy issues that matter most to your organization. As the FTC continues to explore how marketers, including email marketers, use data to serve consumers and fuel the economy in today's data-driven marketplace, Brill will share her perspective on finding the balance between privacy and innovation – as well as her vision for the FTC in the New Year.
• State of Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler will detail his focus on privacy in a data-driven world. Gansler has made privacy issues in the Digital Age central to his tenure as president of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). Learn from his investigation of geo-location tracking, data collection, and data breaches. Hear how attorneys general across the country are taking action to ensure meaningful options for consumers – and how you can stay out of their cross-hairs.
Early Bird pricing has been extended to February 1, 2013, so register today! The $200 you save today could save your organization in the future.
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By Stephanie Miller, DMA’s vice president of member relations