How many things did you reveal about yourself online today? Your opinion of a colleague? Your credit card number? Your photos from last night? These activities are all common ones, but where does the information we post—even on what seem to be the most private or friendly of forums—truly go?
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 presents a national conference on Internet Privacy, Social Networks and Data Aggregation. Hear from leaders in the field who will discuss 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.
- Professor Lori Andrews, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
- Justin Brookman, Center for Democracy & Technology
- Jay Edelson, Edelson McGuire, LLC
- Professor Harry Lewis, Harvard University
- Professor Jon Peha, Carnegie Mellon University
- Professor Henry H. Perritt, Jr., IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
- Professor Robert Sloan, University of Illinois at Chicago
- Christopher Soghoian, Former In-house Technologist, Federal Trade Commission
- Professor Richard Warner, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law