Presented by The Tsai Center at SMU Dedman School of Law and the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute
Friday, February 3
11:45 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Enormous databases and interlocking webs of digital connections have revolutionized the way we think, work, and interact on local, national, and global scales. This revolution has created vast repositories of information at our fingertips, extraordinary mapping tools, rapid distribution networks, and even an “Internet of Things.” But it has also enabled mass surveillance, the proliferation of terrorist watchlists, and the erosion of human rights. Some people now demand a “right to be forgotten” in a world in which everything can be remembered … and accessed by almost anyone, forever. What does privacy mean in such a “Big Data” world? And how could – how should – these technologies change our ideas about liberty? Join legal experts from government, industry, and the academy in the United States and Canada for a lunchtime discussion of the legal and policy implications of Big Data!
"Big Data": A Panel Discussion on Database
Technology, Liberty, and Privacy
|Patricia Kosseim, Senior General Counsel and Director General, Legal Services, Policy, Research and Technology Analysis Branch, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC)
||Professor Joel R. Reidenberg, Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair and Professor of Law and Information Policy, Fordham University School of Law
||Justin Koplow, Senior Legal Counsel for Privacy, Data Protection, and Big Data, AT&T
Professor of Law, SMU Dedman School of Law