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Experts from the public and private sectors will join public policy experts from the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy and privacy law experts from the Georgetown Law Center to examine the privacy issues that arise with massive data.
Keynote Address by
Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen, Federal Trade Commission
Panel discussion featuring
- Edward Montgomery, Dean, McCourt School of Public Policy
- Julie Cohen, Georgetown Law
- Robert Groves, Provost, Georgetown University
- Benjamin Wittes, Brookings Institution
- Chris Wolf, Hogan Lovells / Future of Privacy Forum
The Congressional E-Learning Caucus in cooperation with Into and the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training presents a luncheon to discuss “Data Privacy in Education: Ensuring Student Security while Encouraging Innovation in K-12 Education.”
April 24, 2014
12:00-1:00 pm (boxed lunch served)
The panel will discuss how exciting trends in K-12 education, including digital learning and using data to improve instruction, are creating new challenges and opportunities when it comes to protecting student privacy.
- Richard Culatta, U.S. Department of Education
- Kecia Ray, International Society for Technology in Education
- Jules Polonetsky, Future of Privacy Forum
- Rich Contartesi, Loudoun County Public Schools
- Moderated by David Hoffman, Intel
RSVP to Allie Kimmel at Allie.Kimmel@mail.house.gov
The IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive features timely programming centred on the top issues impacting the European data protection community, with a focus on addressing the leading operational challenges. Registration will open in early 2014. Learn more.
Now more than ever, digital tools sit at a precarious tipping point, and many question whether they will be used to address pre-existing disparities, or further entrench them. Specifically, the Internet and new networked technologies often increase the threat of mass surveillance and digital discrimination against communities of color, migrant and low-wage workers, and low-income families, amplifying problems of criminalization, deportation, poverty and overall insecurity. Data mining, location tracking, fusion centers and the brokering of sensitive financial profiles require a race forward analysis.
Join us for a conversation that stretches from intent to impact. Using contemporary examples from across the country, we’ll explore what digital rights and privacy safeguards are needed to ensure our nation’s most vulnerable communities are not placed at greater risk for violations of their civil and human rights.
Open Technology Institute
Stop LAPD Spying
The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)
Founder and Executive Director,
Center for Media Justice
To RSVP for the event, go to the event page: http://newamerica.org/events/