Framing Big Data and Privacy

Video of the first session from the Big Data & Privacy: Making Ends Meet conference held on September 10, 2013. The event was co-hosted by the Future of Privacy Forum and Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society. 
 
The session, entitled Framing Big Data and Privacy, provided a general discussion of policy frameworks and thinking about Big Data.
 
Panelists included:
  • Martin Abrams, Information Accountability Foundation
  • Deirdre Mulligan, Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley School of Information; Co-Director, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology (discussing It’s Not Privacy & It’s Not Fair with Cynthia Dwork)
  • Neil Richards, Professor of Law, Washington University School of Law (discussing Three Paradoxes of Big Data with Jonathan King)
  • Omer Tene, Senior Fellow, Future of Privacy Forum (discussing Privacy & Big Data: Making Ends Meet with Jules Polonetsky) and CIS Non-Residential Fellow
  • Erik Jones, Policy Director & Assistant Attorney General, Office of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan
  • Jules Polonetsky, Co-Chair, Future of Privacy Forum (Moderator)
 
The taping of the session was sponsored by Microsoft TAP.
 

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