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Colloquium 2019 -- Privacy in the 21st Century: Mystery or Myth?

Tuesday, July 2, 2019, 8:30 AM - 4:15 PM


The struggle to balance personal privacy and public security is the emergent issue in this era of mass surveillance, internet-connected frying pans, and GPS-enabled computers in the pockets of most Americans. Colloquium 2019, sponsored by the Mensa Foundation, explores this transformative tug of war between public knowledge and legal opinion on several fronts, including: * How governments, marketers, and political data firms collect, store, and use information. * How legislative actions will affect the role of tech companies in government surveillance. * How smart products may affect Fourth Amendment limits of the third-party doctrine. The daylong symposium, scheduled July 2 in Phoenix, is open to the public. Registration includes lunch and individual sessions by our panel of esteemed digital privacy experts: Orin Kerr, one of the country's foremost scholars on cybercrime law, Danny O'Brien, the International Director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Alison Pepper, Senior Vice President of Government Relations at the American Association of Advertising Agencies, and Wendy Davis, New York City journalist focusing on law, technology, and business.

Cost: Mensa Members: $99; Non-members: $124

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340 N. Third St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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