Who’s Governing Privacy?
Regulation and Protection in a Digital Era
A Privacy Law Symposium Hosted by the Maine Law Review Friday, February 21, 2014, 1:00pm-5:30pm (Reception 5:30pm-6:30pm) The Wishcamper Center, University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine
The Maine Law Review is pleased to announce the 2014 Privacy Law Symposium—a chance for scholars, policymakers, practitioners, and the public to discuss the challenges facing protection and regulation of information and personal privacy in a rapidly evolving technological world. Topics and presenters include:
The Glass House Effect: Big Data, Oil Spills and the Need for Clean Data Technology • Dennis Hirsch, Geraldine W. Howell Prof. of L., Capital University Law School
Sunlight on the Cloud: Illuminating the Global National Security Access to Data Issues • Christopher Wolf, Director, Privacy and Information Management Practice Group, Hogan Lovell, Washington, D.C.
Privacy Law’s Precautionary Principle Problem • Adam Thierer, Senior Research Fellow, Technology Policy Program, Mercatus Center at George Mason University
Putting Privacy and Decency Back into the Communications Decency Act by Recalibrating the Scope of ISP Immunity Under Section 230 • Ann Bartow, Prof. of L., Pace University School of Law
United We Stand, Divided We Fall: The Promise and Shortcomings of Privacy Self-Regulatory Efforts • J. Trevor Hughes, President & CEO, and Omer Tene, V.P. of Research and Education, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
Local Law Enforcement Jumps on the Big Data Bandwagon: Automated License Plate Recognition Systems, Information Privacy, and Access to Government Information • Bryce Clayton Newell, Ph.D Candidate, Information Center, University of Washington; J.D. University of California, Davis School of Law
For more information, including sponsorship opportunities and ways to participate, please contact: Amy Olfene, Editor-in-Chief, or Sara Murphy, Symposium Editor, at MLREditor@maine.edu Sponsored by: International Association of Privacy Professionals, Pierce Atwood LLP, Maine Law Student Bar Association, and Unum