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星期三, 3月 23, 2016

AG HEALEY TO HOST DATA PRIVACY FORUM IN COLLABORATION WITH MIT AND THE BERKMAN CENTER

AG HEALEY TO HOST DATA PRIVACY FORUM IN COLLABORATION WITH MIT AND THE BERKMAN CENTER

 

WHAT:          Attorney General Maura Healey, in collaboration with MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the Internet Policy Research Initiative at MIT, and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, along with other stakeholders, will host a data privacy forum to discuss the risks to consumer privacy in today’s data-driven, digital economy. The forum will also discuss the role of states and state attorneys general in addressing those risks without restricting innovation and advances that benefit consumers. 

WHEN:          TOMORROW, March 24, 2016
                                    8 a.m. to 12 p.m.                  

WHERE:       MIT 10-250 (Building 10, Room 250) 
222 Memorial Drive, Cambridge
http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=10
 
** Building 10 is located underneath MIT’s Great Dome. You also can reach Building 10 from the entrance at 77 Mass Ave.  

WHO:             Attorney General Maura Healey
                        MIT Provost Martin Schmidt

                        Moderators
Danny Weitzner, Principal Research Scientist at CSAIL and Director of the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative
Dalia Topelson Ritvo, Assistant Director & Clinical Instructor at Harvard School’s Cyberlaw Clinic

Panelists
                                    Dipayan Ghosh, Privacy & Public Policy Advisor, Facebook
Ilaria Liccardi, Research Scientist with the Internet Policy Research Initiative at MIT CSAIL
John Moore, CEO of Twine Health
Carol RoseExecutive Director, ACLU Massachusetts
Latanya Sweeney, Professor of Government and Technology in Residence at Harvard University
Catherine Tucker, Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management, MIT
John Doherty, Vice President of State Policy & Politics and General Counsel, TechNet
Sara CableAssistant Attorney General and Director of Data Privacy and Security at the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General
                                    Sarah HollandSenior Analyst, Google
                                    Cameron F. KerrySenior Counsel, Sidley
Quentin PalfreyFormer Senior Advisor for Jobs & Competitiveness, White House Office of Science & Technology Policy
Persis S. YuStaff attorney, the National Consumer Law Center

For more information and the forum’s agenda, visit the Attorney General’s website.

The event is free and open to the public