Jennifer Dolan

Assistant Commissioner, Data Protection Commission – Ireland

Jennifer Dolan is an Assistant Commissioner at the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), with responsibility for children’s data protection policy. Since joining the DPC in 2017, Jennifer has led on a number of key projects, including the development and publication of the DPC’s Fundamentals for a Child-Oriented Approach to Data Processing guidance. Jennifer also represents the DPC on a regular basis at expert sub-group meetings of the European Data Protection Board ("EDPB"). As part of this European-level work, Jennifer is a co-rapporteur on the guidelines currently being produced on children’s data protection issues.

Jennifer holds an undergraduate degree and two master’s degrees from Dublin City University and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

15.15 - 16.00

Tuesday RAID Virtual 2024

Panel 6: Children first: how to handle privacy, consent and age assurance

  • Cross-Jurisdictional Insights: Learning from different jurisdictions' approaches to safeguarding children and young people
  • Mitigating Risks for CYP: Assessing the greatest risks and strategies employed by regulators and platform companies
  • Roles and Responsibilities: How different players in the ecosystem can approach children’s rights in a progressive and harmonised manner