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March – April 2014
PTAC is pleased to announce the release of new guidance, “Protecting Student Privacy While Using Online Educational Services.” This guidance should clarify questions related to student privacy and the use of educational technology in the classroom.
The Department of Education and PTAC will be holding a joint webinar on March 13 to review this guidance and solicit your input on it. To register for the webinar, please click here.
In this panel, leading organizers and advocates will discuss how fairness and justice figure into considerations of personal privacy and predictive analytics. Panelists will present a set of civil and human rights principles to guide legal and ethical thinking about safeguards and best practices. They will discuss high-tech profiling, automated computer decision systems, digital due process, access and control over personal data, and problems of inaccurate or incomplete big data.
Director of Policy
Open Technology Institute, New America Foundation
Legislative Director for Research and Policy
National Urban League
American Civil Liberties Union
Managing Policy Director
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
The public event will be held at the NYU Law School starting at 5:15PM on March 17, 2014. This event will be open to the public, but to attend you must RSVP here. Space is limited. The discussion will also be livestreamed from the Data & Society website.
The evening will begin with comments from danah boyd from Microsoft Research and the Data & Society Research Institute. A senior official from the White House will open the evening with a keynote speech, followed by a lively discussion with an outstanding plenary panel comprised of Kate Crawford (Microsoft Research and MIT), Steven Hodas (NYC Department of Education), Alondra Nelson (Columbia University), and Shamina Singh (MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth). Anil Dash (ThinkUp / Activate) will moderate the panel. Finally, we will turn to comments and questions from the audience.