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Privacy in a Data Collection Society

Friday, April 10, 2015

Philip H. Corboy Law Center
Power Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom, 10th Floor
25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago

Conference Coordinators:
Erica Taschler, Executive Editor of Conference Management
Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

To register, please email Executive Editor of Conference Management,
Erica Taschler, at etaschler@luc.edu.

 

About the Conference • The Loyola University Chicago Law Journal proudly announces “Privacy in a Data Collection Society,” to be held on April 10, 2015.

Modern advancements in technology and internet communication have created a data-rich society. Data collection enhances institutions’ abilities to both consolidate and analyze personal information to effectively determine individuals’ behavior, interests, and needs. Data collection, however, also significantly intrudes upon individuals’ privacy. Our Conference will provide a forum of nationally recognized scholars to discuss the impact of data collection on privacy law. More specifically, our Conference will address the right to be forgotten, drone and cybersecurity legislation, and the various privacy concerns that arise from data collection. The Conference will begin with a special address from Joel Reidenberg of the University of Fordham School of Law and will include three panels discussing several aspects of data collection and privacy law.

Conference Location • The Conference will be held in the Philip H. Corboy Law Center, Power Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom, on the 10th floor of 25 E. Pearson St. on Loyola University Chicago’s Water Tower Campus.

Registration Information • Loyola University Chicago School of Law is pleased to present this Conference at no charge for Loyola students and faculty and individuals not seeking CLE credits. For those who wish to obtain credit, registration fees are $50 or $40 for alumni. There is no charge for CLE credit for current faculty, staff, or students, and an immediate 50% fee reduction is offered for attorneys working in the areas of government or public interest. Seating is limited and registration is appreciated. Open seating will be available on a first-come basis to those who do not register. 

About the Law Journal • The Loyola University Chicago Law Journal is the law school’s primary scholarly publication that is distributed throughout the nation’s law libraries, judges’ chambers, and other various legal organizations. Published continuously since 1970, the Law Journal is committed both to the examination and analysis of current legal issues and problems and to the development of the law. The Law Journal is edited and managed entirely by students and publishes the work of distinguished writers, including academics, practitioners, and judges. The Law Journal also publishes student-written Notes and Comments.

 

AGENDA

Friday, April 10, 2015

8 –9 AM
Breakfast & Check-in

9-9:15 AM
Introductory Remarks

John Breen, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

9:15 –10 AM; Questions 10-10:15 PM
Special Address

Joel Reidenberg, Fordham University School of Law

10:15 –10:30 AM
Break

10:30 –12 PM; Questions 12:00 –12:15 PM
Panel 1: The Right to Be Forgotten

Meg Leta (Ambrose) Jones, Georgetown University
Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland School of Law
Julia Powles, University of Cambridge
Felix Wu, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Moderator: Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

12:15 –1 PM
Lunch in the Courtroom 

1 –2 PM; Questions 2 –2:15 PM
Panel 2:  Drone & Cybersecurity Legislation

Derek Bambauer, University of Arizona College of Law
Daniel Biss, Illinois State Senate, 9th District
Hillary Farber, University of Massachusetts School of Law
Moderator: John Dehn, Loyola University Chicago School of Law 

2:15 –2:30 PM
Break

2:30 –4 PM; Questions 4 –4:15 PM
Panel 3:  The Impact of Data Collection on Privacy

Jane Bambauer, University of Arizona College of Law
Deven Desai, Georgia Tech College of Business
Brett Frischmann, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Helen Nissenbaum, New York University
Moderator: Spencer Weber Waller, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

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