areas of expertise
Daniel M. Goldberg is an associate in the Privacy & Data Security Group, and a co-chair of the LA chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Mr. Goldberg represents clients in a broad spectrum of privacy and data security matters. He structures and negotiates complex agreements involving the collection, use, storage, and monetization of confidential data. He helps clients develop privacy and data security programs and policies, conduct privacy due diligence in connection with fundraising and acquisitions, and respond to data breaches and regulatory inquiries. He also works with organizations to address cross-border data transfers and prepare for the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Mr. Goldberg has special expertise in the advertising, media, entertainment, and interactive industries. He counsels advertisers, publishers, and technology providers on ad-tech issues, including programmatic, data onboarding, API calls, and SDK integration. He advises brands and media companies on legal concerns relating to mobile apps, smart home devices, and wearables, such as collection and use of children’s information and health data. He works with video game developers and platform operators to address industry-specific concerns, such as player account linking, augmented reality, and virtual reality.
Mr. Goldberg is a frequent speaker on chatbots, entrepreneurship, emerging technologies, and privacy issues. He has guest lectured at the University of Southern California and spoken at programs sponsored by the National Advertising Division, the Association of National Advertisers, the Brand Activation Association, the American Bar Association, Digital Content Next, and Social Media Week. He has written articles published by LA Lawyer Magazine, Computer Law Reporter, and ISSA Journal, and is a contributor to the Media Law Resource Center. He is also a contributor to the Firm’s Focus on the Data and Advertising Law Updates blogs.
Prior to joining Frankfurt Kurnit, Mr. Goldberg worked at BakerHostetler and Bryan Cave, where he frequently appeared in federal and state court litigation. He also helped launch a technology startup, which was acquired by a multi-national company in 2016. Mr. Goldberg combines his litigation roots, technical understanding of advertising technology, and insider’s perspective on the technology sector to deliver cost-efficient representation for his clients.
Mr. Goldberg is a graduate of University of California Los Angeles and University Southern California School of Law. He is certified as an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and admitted to practice in California.
University of California (BA, cum laude, 2008)
- Phi Beta Kappa
University of Southern California School of Law (JD, 2011)
- Certificate in Entertainment Law
- Scholarship Recipient
- Member of the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice Journal
- Interned at BermanBraun and Universal Music Group
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
GDPR’s Impact on Communications
Daniel M. Goldberg speaks on the "GDPR's Impact on Communications" during a webinar for Ragan.
June 21 2018
June 28 2018
Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018
Daniel Goldberg speaks on the panel “Branded Chatbots: Privacy, Advertising, and Ethical Risks” at IAPP's Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018 conference in Austin, TX.
October 16 2018
Privacy. Security. Risk 2018
Daniel M. Goldberg is on the panel “Branded Chatbots: Privacy, Advertising, and Ethical Risks” at the IAPP’s Privacy. Security. Risk 2018 program in Austin, Texas.
October 19 2018
Past Speaking Engagements
Social Media Week LA 2018
June 14 2018
Los Angeles KnowledgeNet Chapter
Tanya Forsheit speaks at the Los Angeles KnowledgeNet Chapter meeting on The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which goes into effect on May 25th. Daniel M. Goldberg is chair of the local KnowledgeNet Chapter.
May 8 2018
CARU West Coast 2018
Daniel M. Goldberg speaks on “Practical Tips for App Developers” at The Children’s Advertising Review Unit’s 2018 conference in San Francisco.
May 2 2018
ANA Brand Activation Legal Webinar
Daniel M. Goldberg discusses the chatbot ecosystem and issues to consider to help build an effective marketing campaign using chatbots for the Association of National Advertisers Brand Activation Legal webinar.
April 9 2018
MIP Global Trademark Roadshow 2018 In Los Angeles
Hannah Taylor and Daniel Goldberg are part of the Social Media Concerns panel at the Managing Intellectual Property Global Trademark Roadshow event at the Intercontinental Downtown Hotel in Los Angeles. More information can be found here.
March 13 2018
Hollywood Hacked! Leaks and Data Breaches in the Entertainment Industry
Jeremy S. Goldman and Daniel M. Goldberg are speaking on the panel “Hollywood Hacked! Leaks and Data Breaches in the Entertainment Industry” for the IP, Internet & New Media and Entertainment Law Sections of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. More information can be found here.
March 8 2018
PLI’s Social Media 2018
Daniel M. Goldberg presents on Social Media in the Workplace: Emerging Issues at the Practising Law Institute’s Social Media 2018: Addressing Corporate Risks in San Francisco. More information can be found here.
February 1 2018
New and Emerging Technologies – Opportunities and Pitfalls Webinar
Daniel M. Goldberg speaks on the panel “New and Emerging Technologies – Opportunities and Pitfalls” for the American Bar Association.
December 6 2017
2017 ANA/BAA Marketing Law Conference
Frankfurt Kurnit sponsors the ANA/BAA 39th Marketing Law Conference in Chicago. Rick Kurnit moderates "The Right of Publicity vs. Fake News and Other Content Claims", Jeffrey A. Greenbaum and Brian G. Murphy present "Content Creep: Media Deals with Custom Content, Native Advertising and Other Value-Added Elements" and Hannah E. Taylor and Daniel M. Goldberg present "Chat Bots/Social Bots - Rewards & Risks". More information can be found here.
November 13 2017
Chatbot Hotspots: Legal & Business Issues Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Understand
September 13 2017
MLRC Advertising and Commercial Speech Committee Meeting
July 25 2017
Chatbot Hotspots: Legal & Business Issues Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Understand
Hannah Taylor and Daniel Goldberg lead a Social Media Week in LA panel discussion, "Chatbot Hotspots: Legal & Business Issues Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Understand", at Expert DOJO in Santa Monica beginning at 12:30PDT. More information can be found here.
June 15 2017
A Dozen Things You Need To Know About Advertising Law for 2017
Jeff Greenbaum and Brian Murphy from our New York office, and Daniel Goldberg from our new Los Angeles office, will lead a fun, fast-paced and informative discussion in which they discuss recent developments in advertising law at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica. For more information and to RSVP, click here.
February 21 2017
news & press
How GDPR Could Weaken, Not Strengthen, the Duopoly
Drones: Regulation and Practices
Daniel M. Goldberg contributed to The Media Law Resource Center’s new report, “Drones: Regulations and Practices.” This report summarizes the FAA’s new drone usage rules “for non-hobby and non-recreational purposes,” which includes the use of drones by members of the media.
International Association of Privacy Professionals
Daniel M. Goldberg has been named co-chair of the LA chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
The Association of Corporate Counsel - Winter 2017 Newsletter
The Association of Corporate Counsel published Tanya Forsheit, S. Gregory Boyd, and Daniel Goldberg’s alert, Privacy Shield: Year One Updates You Need To Know, in the Focus on the New York City Chapter – Winter 2017 Newsletter.
Google and Facebook: EU’s Draft ePrivacy Regulation Passes Committee and Parliament Vote
Privacy Shield: Year One Updates You Need To Know
This month we're celebrating Privacy Shield's first birthday with an update on everything Privacy Shield. There have been a number of developments on the Privacy Shield-front that companies certified or seeking self-certification under Privacy Shield need to know.
USC’s Alumni Entrepreneurs Network Offers Support and Mentors
Daniel M. Goldberg is mentioned in USC’s Trojan Family magazine article about being one of the founding committee members and membership chair of USC’s Alumni Association’s Alumni Entrepreneurs Network (AEN).
Class Action Lawsuits Over Alleged COPPA Violations Reinforce Importance of Compliance
Earlier this month, three class action lawsuits were filed against companies for alleged violations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA").
Data for Sale . . . at a Price
GALA Gazette publishes Daniel Goldberg’s blog post, “Data for Sale . . . at a Price - FTC Imposes $104 Million Judgment against Company over Alleged Unlawful Sharing of Consumers’ Sensitive Information”.
Start Your Engines: We Have to Deal With GDPR, What Now?
Back in January, we posted about the circumstances in which your company, even if based in the US, must comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), taking effect in May 2018. Here we will provide a high level checklist to help you start down the path of GDPR readiness.
Tanya Forsheit and Daniel Goldberg in the ISSA Journal April 2017
Tanya Forsheit and Daniel Goldberg's article, "Every Move You Make, I’ll Be Watching You Watching Me Watching You" is featured in the April 2017 edition of the Information Systems Security Association Journal.
New Privacy and Data Security Blog
Looking for an easy way to keep up with the rapid-fire changes in Privacy and Data Security law? Introducing Focus on the Data — Frankfurt Kurnit's weekly insights and practical guidance on privacy and data security issues.
Copyright Infringement: Get Ready for New DMCA Agent Designation Rules
Out with the old, in with the new. That's the latest slogan of the Copyright Office which, on December 1, 2016, finally brings its nearly 20-year old system for designating Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") agents online.
Latest on the FTC Data Security Front
FTC Issues Guide on How to Respond to a Data Breach, and Eleventh Circuit Questions the FTC's Interpretation of Its Section 5 Authority But Does NOT Alter the Unfairness Standard in Data Security Matters.