Our lives are increasingly lived online. A large number of Americans routinely exchange information in cyberspace for personal, business, and other purposes. What privacy and security issues present themselves in this relatively new and increasingly ubiquitous space? What particular privacy concerns might apply when specific entities, such as the government, hold or process our information? What particular considerations might apply when the information being transmitted is particularly sensitive, such as health care information or financial information? How do privacy, security, and information ownership concerns function when information is being exchanged on social networking sites?
The November 3, 2009 event featured a lunchtime keynote address by Christopher N. Olsen, the Assistant Director in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection at the Federal Trade Commission.
A panel discussion was held from 1 – 2:30 pm and featured:
- Moderator, Jeffrey Rosen, Professor of Law at George Washington University and Legal Affairs Editor for The New Republic
- Deborah C. Peel, MD, Founder and Chair, Patient Privacy Rights; Chair, Coalition for Patient Privacy
- Lillie Coney, Associate Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center; Coordinator, Privacy Coalition
- Alan Davidson, Director of Public Policy, Google
Here is the Video of the Panel:
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Center for American Progress
1333 H. Street NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20005