Hope Anderson is a Partner in the Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice in the Firm's Los Angeles office. Hope has extensive experience advising on all aspects of privacy. Hope is at the forefront of Generative AI advising on the legal implications and practical applications of the technology. A member of the Firm's Global Technology Industry Group, Hope has extensive experience in privacy and product counseling.
Clients benefit from Hope's knowledge in counseling and advising on data privacy and regulatory compliance matters. She regularly advises engineering and business teams on implementing protocols and controls in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and other data protection regulations, including expanding state privacy laws. Hope also advises on privacy by design, Generative AI, AR/VR, biometrics, analytics and issues implicating e-commerce, consumer protection, marketing and advertising laws.
Prior to joining White & Case, Hope served as associate general counsel, privacy and product at Snap Inc.
Hope serves as an Advisory Board member in the Future of Privacy Forum.
Panelist, "Generative AI & Data Privacy: Where Do the Risks Lie?", Corporate Counsels, Women, Influence & Power in Law (WIPL) 2023 Conference, New Orleans, October 17, 2023
Panelist, "New AI Regulatory Landscape in the US & EU: What is Happening and What is Coming Next?", White & Case's Tokyo Back-to-Business Program Series 2023, Tokyo, September 28, 2023
Moderator, "Actual Risks of Generative AI," Reinvent Futures discussion series, "The Great Progression on Generative AI," San Francisco, July 27, 2023