ChoicePoint, in the news early last year for having been the victim of thieves seeking unlawful access to consumers' personal information, has recently been described by a respected industry analyst has having gone
from the "poster boy" of bad behavior to the model corporate citizen on issues associated with data security and privacy. ChoicePoint's president will talk about the vital and largely unknown role this company plays in our nation's commercial and law enforcement sectors. He will debunk some of the myths associated with ChoicePoint and give attendees a clear view into the kinds of data ChoicePoint does and does not possess and the many uses for the data - nearly all of which directly benefit the consumer.
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.