Stanford Law School March 13-14, 2004
Privacy Symposium
Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society

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Saturday March 13, 2004

7:30- 8:30        Breakfast and Registration

8:30- 9:00        Introduction from Symposium Editors [ Audio ]

9:00- 10:30      Foundations [ Audio ]

Privacy as Security: Legal Remedies for Creating Vulnerability
Daniel Solove
Associate Professor of Law
Seton Hall Law School

Tort Liability for Cyber Insecurity: The Case of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks
Jennifer Chandler
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
University of Ottawa

10:45-12:30     Approaches to Reform [ Audio ]

National ID Cards
Michael Froomkin
Professor of Law
University of Miami School of Law

An Architecture to Allow Metadata-driven Legal and Economic Controls in Privacy Sensitive Systems
Lance Hoffman
Distinguished Research Professor, Dept. of Computer Science,
The George Washington University

Litigation trends and developments
Ian Ballon
Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Executive Director of Stanford's Center for E-Commerce

12:30- 2:00      Lunch

 2:00- 3:45       Intentionally Leaky Technology [ Audio ]

Privacy Protection Through Aggregation of Data Concerning Networked Copyright Usage
Daniel Gervais
Oslers Professor of Technology Law, Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa

Striking the Balance Between Aviation Security and Privacy: The Lessons of JetBlue and Northwest, and What CAPPSII Portends
Christopher Wolf
Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP

RFID and Privacy
Jonathan Weinberg
Professor of Law
Wayne State University

Sensor networks
Pam Samuelson
Professor of Law
Boalt Hall, UC Berkeley

4:15- 6:00        Challenges for the Chief Privacy Officer [ Audio ]

Defining the Legal Standard for Information Security
Mr. Thomas Smedinghoff
Baker & McKenzie

The Evolution of Privacy Regulation in the Internet Age: Smooth or Episodic Evolutionary Change?
Andrew Charlesworth
Senior Research Fellow in IT and Law, Director, Centre for IT and Law, School of Law/Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol

Disconnected Privacy: Rethinking the Institutional Response to Privacy
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Alex Fowler
Co-Director, National Privacy Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Privacy Litigation in the Internet Age
Jon Sobel
Folger Levin & Kahn LLP

6:00- 7:30        Reception

Sunday March 14, 2004

9:00- 9:45        Registration and Breakfast

9:45- 10:00      Welcome

10:00- 12:00    From Contractual Freedom to Strict Liability [ Audio ]

Mutually Assured Protection: Development of Relational Internet Privacy and Security Contract Norms
Andrea Matwyshyn
Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law
Affiliate, Centre for Economics and Policy, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge

A Social Insurance Perspective on Cybersecurity and Privacy
Shubha Ghosh
Associate Professor, University at Buffalo SUNY Law School
Vikram Mangalmurti
Fellow in Cybersecurity, Law, Economics, and Public Policy
Heinz School of Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University

Contracting for Privacy and Security: Is there a market and what does it suggest for law?
Raymond Nimmer
Professor of Law
University of Houston Law Center

Winning the Notice Game
Chris Hoofnagle
Associate Director
Electronic Privacy Information Center

12:00- 1:30      Lunch

1:30- 3:00        Finding the Players in the Privacy Shell Game [ Audio ]

Beyond Contract: Utilizing Restitution to Reach Shadow Offenders & Safeguard Information Privacy
Marcy Peek
Assistant Professor of Law
Whittier Law School

Securing Privacy in a Messy Digital Regime
Niva Elkin-Koren
Professor of Law
Dr. Michael Birnhack
Assistant Professor of Law
Co-Directors, Haifa Center of Law & Technology
Haifa University

Should Criminal Liability Be Used to Secure Data Privacy?
Susan Brenner
NCR Distinguished Professor of Law & Technology
University of Dayton School of Law

International Privacy
Tim Wu
Associate Professor
University of Virginia School of Law

3:00- 4:30        Alternatives for Privacy Enhancement [ Audio ]

The Economic Case for Cyberinsurance
Jay Kesan
Professor of Law
Ruperto Majuca
Graduate Student, Department of Economics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Overcoming the Disclosure Disincentive: The Role of Disclosure Intermediaries in Safeguarding Sensitive Financial Information
Ted Janger
Professor of Law
Paul Schwartz
Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School

The Problem With Privacy: A Modest Proposal
Prof. Lilian Edwards
Senior Lecturer in Law and Co-Director of AHRB Centre in IP and Technology Law, Edinburgh University

4:30- 5:00        Closing


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