2016 Highlights

Kaminiski received Privacy Law Scholars Conference Award for paper on privacy and the right to record | June 3, 2016

Professor Margot Kaminski received the 2016 Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC) Junior Scholars Award for her paper “Privacy and the Right to Record.”

Choi presented at the Computer Science and Law Conference | May 24-25, 2016

Professor Choi presented on “Security and Privacy in Cyber-Physical Systems” at the University of Pennsylvania Law School Roundtable on Computer Science and the Law.

Parasidis presented at the Big Data, Health Law & Bioethics Conference | May 6, 2016

Professor Parasidis presented “The Future of Pharmacovigilance: Big Data as Fraud Enabler and Fraud Detector” at the Harvard Law School annual conference on Big Data, Health Law, and Bioethics.

Hirsch presented at the Indiana University Conference | April 8-9, 2016

Director Hirsch attended the Indiana University-Bloomington “Law and Ethics of Big Data” conference to present “Big Data is a Crystal Ball: On Data, the Power of Prediction, and the FTC’s Unfairness Authority.”

Choi presented at the University of Maryland Privacy Symposium | April 1, 2016

Professor Choi presented his research on “A Privilege Against Cell-Phone Incrimination” on a panel at at the University of Maryland Law School Bulk Data Collection and Personal Privacy Symposium.

Hirsch concluded Reporter service at final Uniform Law Commission Drafting Committee in-person meeting | February 26-27, 2016

Director Hirsch attended the sixth and final face-to-face meeting of the Uniform Law Commission Drafting Committee for the Employee and Student Online Privacy Protection Act in Dallas. He served as the reporter for the project for two years.

Hirsch moderated Privacy Law Salon seminar | February 8-9, 2016

Director Hirsch moderated a seminar on “New Directions in Privacy Law” as an invited “Google Fellow” at the Privacy Law Salon in Miami, Florida.