NAAG Conference - The Surveillance Economy

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Programs in this Series

Format: 2021-12-03
Format: 2021-12-03
Peter Welch Keynote - 10/08/2021
Throughout his career in public service, Rep. Peter Welch has served the people of Vermont with distinction, both in the Vermont Senate and, since 2006, in the U.S. House of Representatives. He serves on the House Subcommittee on Communications and...
Privacy in the Information Age - Legislative and Policy Approaches - 10/08/2021
The passage of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2016, followed by California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018, ushered in a new age of privacy rights for individuals’ personal...
The Supreme Court and Evolving Legal Principles of Privacy, AI, and Racial Disparities - 10/07/2021
New technologies offer the promise of enhancing social welfare but can also exacerbate existing social inequalities and biases. They complicate our understanding of the very idea of privacy. Meanwhile state attorneys general have to...
The Surveillance Economy - 10/07/2021
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...
Fireside Chat - 10/07/2021
Join New York Times Tech Reporter Kashmir Hill and District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine as they discuss the profound and often unforeseen ways new and emerging technologies are changing our concepts of privacy and impacting our lives....