Thank you for attending our informative panel on hot topics involving your data privacy.
From deceptive online ads and privacy policies to how to protect your ISP search history and how to position yourself for a career in the Cyber Security / Data Privacy field, this was an excellent discussion!
- Matthew Wernz, Federal Trade Commission
- Elizabeth De Armond, Chicago-Kent Professor
- Aaron Charfoos, Litigation Attorney at DYKEMA
When and Where:
Wednesday, April 12 at 3:15p
Chicago-Kent College of Law (565 W. Adams St., Chicago, IL– Room 510)
The Cyber Security and Data Privacy Society at Chicago-Kent College of Law
This one-day conference focused on the privacy issues created by the ubiquitous surveillance of smart cities.
Chicago is leading the way in becoming a “smart” city, a city that tracks traffic, movement, energy use, cell phones and the like to run more efficiently. Privacy is the price. To live in the smart city is to live exposed. What will the exposed life be like? Can we find a balance between privacy rights and the benefits of massive data collection? What control should we have over our information? What roles should technology and the law play? …
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In the wake of President Obama’s proposal for a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights for the Digital Age, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law presented a national conference on Internet Privacy, Social Networks and Data Aggregation.The audience heard from leaders in the field who discussed how social networks blur the lines between socializing and advertising, how data is collected and used, what legal remedies have been most effective and what the future holds for consumers, companies and the courts.