Tuesday, January 24, 2012    

The Collection of Online Consumer Data: The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown


Jim Adler, Chief Privacy Officer & General Manager, Data Systems, Intelius
Nick Bicanic, CEO and Founder, echoecho
Jules Cohen, Director of Online Privacy, Microsoft
Nicole Ozer, Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director, ACLU of Northern California
Paul Schwartz, Faculty Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, UC Berkeley

Jules Polonetsky, Co-chair and Director, Future of Privacy Forum

  There is a growing tension between economic opportunities to mine the ever-increasing amounts of data available online vs. consumer and regulator desire for strong privacy protections. This distinguished roundtable will explore the ins and outs of this complex topic, including:
- how people are shaping not only their own online personas, but also the personas of friends, relatives and even total strangers
- sophisticated technologies that companies and governments are using to get to know people online
- options for individuals who want to control what is collected about them and how it is used
- the potential for industry to leverage the growing wealth of available data, while striking the right balance between innovation and regulation

A wide range of perspectives will be represented on the panel, with senior thought leaders from ACLU of Northern California, Echoecho Media, Future of Privacy Forum, Microsoft, UC Berkeley. This program is presented in observation of Data Privacy Day, which was created to build awareness about privacy issues and help people navigate them.


Special Acknowledgement:

Corporate passes will be accepted for this event. We ask that if you register using corporate passes, please do so 72 business hours in advance.

Sponsored by Microsoft  

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