|Data Points Lecture | Data Privacy in Smart Columbus|
|October 10, 2019 | 12:00-1:00pm
Presented by the Moritz Program on Data and Governance
For multiple years, local privacy leaders have worked through the Smart Columbus Data Privacy Working Group to develop the Data Privacy Plan (DPP). This document will govern pilot projects for Smart Columbus’ and the Operating System data portal that enables Smart Columbus project data access and downloads. This session will provide an overview of the DPP drafting process, introduce attendees to the DPP shared with USDOT, and provide Q&A with working group members and the Smart Columbus technical contractor lead. Learn more and register to attend by October 1st.
|Distinguished Lecture on the State of Internet Law|
|September 20, 2019 | 12:00-1:00pm
Presented by The Ohio State Technology Law Journal
This event will feature Professor James Grimmelmann of the Cornell Law School and Professor Mary Anne Franks of the University of Miami School of Law. Learn more and register to attend by September 10th.
|Ohio’s New Cybersecurity Law: What Will It Mean for Business and for Data Protection?|
|May 10, 2019
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Program on Data and Governance and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection recently published an in-depth analysis of the ODPA. They are hosting an event at which expert legal practitioners and cybersecurity professionals—including some of the architects of the legislation—will explore the history and components of the ODPA, how businesses can obtain the affirmative defense, and the Act’s practical and policy implications. This event is presented with generous support from Microsoft.
|Next Generation Law: Data-Driven Governance and Accountability-Based Regulatory Systems in the West, and Social Credit Regimes in China|
|March 19, 2019
Lenders have for many years employed credit scores to assess individuals and the level of risk that they pose. Today, governments are adopting “social credit” scoring systems that serve a similar function. Social credit itself refers generally to a new mode of data-driven governance through which data analytics are used to create and operate algorithms that provide a basis for rewards and punishments for targeted behaviors. Read more here