The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
How can you build a career in privacy, and where is the field of privacy going in the years ahead? Come join the Center for Internet and Society for a privacy career talk with Kalinda Raina, Head of Global Privacy at LinkedIn. Read more about CIS Privacy Counsel Lunch Series: Data Privacy: The Current State and Future Careers
Given recent investigations into today’s social networking conglomerates, internet users are becoming aware of increased corporate access to personal information. In the age of social media, the question still remains as to whether people have a reasonable expectation of privacy and the extent to which companies can control or protect private information. This panel will discuss the implications of social media technology on current extensions and limits to personal privacy.
A media nonprofit summit celebrating World Press Freedom Day.
Hosted by the Society of Professional Journalists, the oldest and most broad-based journalism professional association in the United States. Read more about Quo Vadis Democracy in an Age of Disinformation?