The New York Times Company has an opening for an attorney in the areas of data privacy and/or consumer-facing compliance. This role will report to the Senior Counsel who owns responsibility across the company for all legal aspects of data privacy, information security, consumer-facing guidance and related compliance efforts. This role will work closely with senior executives and operational leads throughout the company to include the areas of marketing operations, subscription growth, product, engineering, technology, data governance, commercial contracts, apps and ad-tech and many more.
What You’ll Do:
Advise all internal clients on the development, collection, use, transfer and governance of data. This will include data analytics, privacy and security (both from a U.S. and an international perspective) (GDPR, CCPA, CPRA, COPPA, etc.)
Draft and/or enhance privacy program-related policies and standards; conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments and other risk assessment activity as needed
Oversee uses of data for growth marketing and advanced advertising to ensure compliance with privacy and consumer protection laws
Advise internal clients on consumer-facing laws, regulations and best practices
Partner with key business stakeholders on the company’s marketing and data governance compliance efforts
Review, draft and negotiate data protection agreements and work closely with the appropriate teams to advise on third party risk reviews; Handle the full commercial contracting cycle for heavily personal data-focused deals
Provide legal advice in connection with product and platform developments and releases including in relation to developments by major technology platforms
Track and counsel clients on legal developments in areas of data privacy and consumer marketing and subscription compliance and guiding business teams through application of and implications of such developments
Conduct and/or advise on internal and external audits related to areas of coverage. Conduct comprehensive business risk assessments to identify potential areas of vulnerability and risk; develop/implement risk mitigation and corrective action plans where needed
Advise on company-wide training strategy and execution for areas of coverage
What You’ll Bring:
Juris Doctor is required
5 years of combined experience in the areas of data privacy and protection, negotiating data privacy related agreements and understanding of the interplay between technology and data privacy and advising on consumer-related issues, including payflow, subscription offerings, marketing copy, ARL, anti-spam, TCPA, TSR, UDAP, customer care, cancellation, credit card notice requirements, etc.
Previous in-house experience preferred
Ability to contribute to discussions of general business issues and work well with a wide range of clients
Ability to analyze complex legal and regulatory material and communicate any implications in a clear manner
Ability to understand and counsel clients in a manner consistent with the Company’s goals and culture
The New York Times is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce, one that reflects the varied global community we serve. Our journalism and the products we build in the service of that journalism greatly benefit from a range of perspectives, which can only come from diversity of all types, across our ranks, at all levels of the organization. Achieving true diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do. It is also the smart thing for our business. So we strongly encourage women, veterans, people with disabilities, people of color and gender nonconforming candidates to apply.
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