What to expect?
In 2021, data buyers and sellers faced a changing landscape for delivering and using app data. Between Google’s announcement that it would ban third-party cookies in February and Apple’s decision to allow users to opt out of app data collection in iOS 14.5 in April, many app data sellers had to reevaluate how they collected data from consumers. To top it all off, the SEC brought its first enforcement action against App Annie in September, causing app data buyers to reevaluate the risks associated with using this type of data in their investment processes.
Join Neudata on 13th January 2022 unpack what 2021 meant for app data and discuss the lasting impact the industry will feel through 2022 and beyond.
ApptopiaFounder & COO
Jonathan Kay co-founded Apptopia at the age of 25. As the COO, he leads the daily operations and strategic direction, including product development and global sales. He’s an expert on the mobile landscape, app economy and how data and predictive modeling add transparency to the ecosystem. As someone who believes deeply in the importance of customer engagement, he is constantly striving to find scalable intimacy. He’s extremely passionate about branding and storytelling.
Don is the General Counsel of Neudata. In addition to managing the company's legal affairs, Don leads the review of the compliance and regulatory aspects of new datasets and assists with product development. He previously served as Legal Counsel at Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP, where he onboarded third party research providers and conducted related due diligence. Don started his career as a research analyst on a merger arbitrage trading desk.
Don holds a JD from the Fordham University School of Law and a BA from Washington University in St. Louis. He has received CIPP/E and CIPP/US certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
ZwillGen PLLCFounder & Managing Member
Marc Zwillinger is the founder and managing member of ZwillGen, a boutique law firm that helps clients navigate emerging technology and data-related legal challenges. He is a former computer crime prosecutor with the Department of Justice. He regularly counsels clients on issues related to data privacy, information security, law enforcement demands, and Internet gambling. Marc also co-leads ZwillGen’s Alternative Data practice with Stacey Brandenburg and advises clients on issues related to webscraping and the use of alternative data for investment evaluation.
Lone Pine Capital LLCGeneral Counsel
Jeffrey H. Wechselblatt is the General Counsel of Lone Pine Capital LLC. Jeff joined Lone Pine in 2007. Lone Pine is an investment adviser that advises several long/short and long only private investment funds that invest primarily in publicly traded equities. Prior to joining Lone Pine, Jeff was an associate at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP, and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP. Jeff is a 1998 graduate of Columbia Law School.