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pii2014: The Impact of Emerging Technologies on Civil Liberties

Moderator: Mary Ludloff, Co-founder and VP, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data Catherine Crump, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law Jonathan Mayer, Graduate Fellow, Stanford University Mary: going to focus discussion on law enforcement. When you look at what’ out there and what’s coming, what’s most worrisome in terms of […]

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pii2014: Safeguarding Privacy: Connected Devices and the Consumer Experience

Moderator: Derrick Harris, Senior Writer, Gigaom Lauren Gelman, Founder, BlurryEdge Strategies Alex Haro, Co-founder and President, Life360 Meghan Land, Staff Attorney, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Gilad Meiri, Co-founder and CEO, Neura (missed first question) Lauren: Recommends that companies invest in security. Understand the vulnerabilities of the data you hold. Meghan: can’t have privacy without security. Derrick: […]

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pii2014: The Information Revolution and the Evolution of Privacy and Identity

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation Chris Babel, CEO, TRUSTe Terence Craig, Co-founder and CEO, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data Fatemeh Khatibloo, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research Anne Toth, VP of Policy and Compliance Strategy, Slack Natalie kicks this panel off the Privacy, Identity and Innovation 2014 conference (#pii2014). What’s […]

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Open Data Partnership

When the government threatened to regulate an industry that has for some time been playing fast and loose with people’s personal data, the industry proposed to open their databases–at least a little. The Open Data Partnership is claimed to be a “market-wide collaboration that allows consumers to gain more control over the information that companies […]

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Mining the new Gold

The Wall Street Journal has been running a fantastic set of articles called What They Know. Today’s (15th in their series) is called TV’s Next Wave: Tuning In to You. This article states that: Data-gathering firms and technology companies are aggressively matching people’s TV-viewing behavior with other personal data—in some cases, prescription-drug records obtained from […]

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