We live in an environment where the amount of data being generated is increasing at a staggering pace. With it we see a corresponding growth in the potential for important benefits, both to us as individuals and as a society, based on using this information. However, in this data-rich world it is becoming clear that today’s privacy frameworks cannot adequately protect consumer privacy; it has become critical that we evolve our thinking with respect to the ways societies protect the privacy of individuals while providing for responsible, beneficial data use.
Join us on January 21st for a lunch conversation in celebration of Data Privacy Day. This panel will feature leading experts who will discuss future privacy principles and frameworks that focus on data use and associated risks. In advance of the panel, we invite you to read two recent published white papers that outline important new thinking on this topic: “Data Protection Principles for the 21st Century” and “Data Use and Global Impact.”
Fred Cate, Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Peter Cullen, General Manager, Trustworthy Computing Governance, Microsoft
Nuala O’Connor, President & CEO, Center for Democracy & Technology
David Hoffman, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer, Intel Corp.