NAAG Conference - The Surveillance Economy: The Surveillance Economy

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Using Prof. Shoshanna Zuboff’s landmark economic concept - surveillance capitalism – as the foundation for this discussion, experts analyze the ways in which this emergent economic reality claims “human experience as free raw material for translation into behavioral data” and impacts our daily lives. Panelists address ways regulators and enforcers can use their authorities to protect individual privacy and autonomy.

Moderator
William Tong, Connecticut Attorney General

Panelists
Shawn Davis, Director of Digital Forensics, Edelson PC
Clare Garvie, Senior Associate, Center on Privacy & Technology, Georgetown Law
Maureen Mahoney, Senior Policy Analyst, Consumer Reports  

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