Choi joins panel on Car Technology Nov. 16, 2017: Professor Choi joined an OSU Department of History Panel on “The Car, Technology and the Future” with Nabil Raad of Ford Motor Company and Dr. Giorgio Rizzioni of OSU’s Center for Automotive Research.
Parasidis talks Data Breach Safety Net Oct. 26, 2017: Faculty Affiliate Efthimi Parasidis discussed the possibility of a compensation fund for consumers affected by data breaches at the HHS Conference “Data Privacy in the Digital Age” in Washington, D.C. For a summary of Professor Parasidis’ talk on “Ethical and Legal Dimensions of a Risk-Based Rubric for Data Privacy.”
Program Publishes ‘Cyberpro’ Whitepaper Oct. 12, 2017: In Collaboration with the International Association of Privacy Professional, the Program on Data and Governance publishes “The Age of the Cyberpro.” This whitepaper analyzes the technological, business, and legal developments that are promoting increased cross-fluency between the security, privacy, and information governance professions.
Hirsch speaks at Privacy + Security Forum Oct. 5, 2017: Director Hirsch attended the Privacy + Security Forum in Washington D.C. to participate in a panel on “The Ethics of Innovation: How Privacy and Data Advancements Can Coexist” with Rob Sherman of Facebook and Michelle De Mooy of the Center for Democracy and Technology.
Hirsch speaks at Risk Institute Conference Sept. 28, 2017: Director Hirsch attended The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Risk Institute’s Conference on “The Digital Revolution and Risk Evolution.” Hirsch participated in a panel on “Ethics and Big Data Analytics” with Michelle De Mooy of the Center for Democracy and Technology and Noberto Andrade of Facebook.
Choi interviewed by Ohio State Insights Sept. 1, 2017: Professor Choi discussed the legal issues facing programmers of autonomous vehicles for an Ohio State Insights article, “What’s your car thinking?”
Hirsch talks Smart Cities at Chamber Panel Aug. 15, 2017: Director Hirsch participated in a Columbus Chamber of Commerce Government Spot Light Panel on “Smart Columbus and its Impact on Future Policymaking.” The panel was moderated by Councilmember Shannon Hardin and included Michael Stevens, Chief Innovation Officer of the City of Columbus, Mary Jo Hudson of Squire Patton Boggs, and Ryan Houk of AEP Ohio.
Hirsch leads Summer Course at the University of Amsterdam July 3, 2017: Director Hirsch, the co-leader of a Summer Course on Privacy Law and Policy at the University of Amsterdam Institute for Information Law taught a seminar on US Privacy Law.
Hirsch teaches course Center for Law + Innovation June 5-8, 2017: Director Hirsch taught a course on Big Data Law & Policy at the University of Maine School of Law Center for Law + Innovation.
Hirsch talks at W&L Law Symposium on ‘Big Data: Understanding Algorithmic Power’ Mar. 30, 2017: Director Hirsch participated in a panel titled “Understanding Big Data Discrimination” via Skype with Anne Washington, George Mason University and Christopher Wolf of Hogan Lovells and the Future of Privacy Forum.
Hirsch joins CPDP Purpose Limitation Panel Jan. 26, 2017: Director Hirsch travelled to Brussels to participate in the conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection panel on “Privacy for the Homo Digitalis in the Era of Big Data and IOT: Purpose Limitation or Legitimate Interest? That is the Question!” with Anna Buchta, EDPS, Omer Tene, IAPP, and Eric van Tol, Fontys University of Applied Science.
Kaminski and Hirsch lead AALS Panel on Defamation and Privacy Jan. 6, 2017: Director Hirsch Chaired and Professor Kaminski participated in a panel on “How Governance Theory Provides Insight Into Privacy Law and Policy” at The Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting.