March 2, 2020 12:50 pm to 2:00 pm
RSVP is required for this free event.
As our lives become ever more dependent on digital services, we are increasingly asked to consent to the collection and use of data about us. But do we understand what this means and does it occur in a way that protects our best interests?
In this talk, Jen King, Director of Consumer Privacy for the Center for Internet and Society will discuss the outcomes of a recent conference she organized (in partnership with the World Economic Forum) focused on both design-based and legal solutions for tackling this issue. One goal in conducting this work is to prepare alternatives to the existing framework as the U.S. considers federal level privacy legislation in the near future.
559 Nathan Abbott WayStanford, CA