It was a packed room as Baker discussed our most burning questions about privacy and national security, including the Apple iPhone case, encryption and going dark.
THE SUMMIT REACHES NEW HEIGHTS
We're gobsmacked: That was one amazing Summit.
Drawing 3,500+ attendees, Summit 2016 was a testament to our growing, increasingly sophisticated privacy community. We talked big ideas and practical strategies, we made new connections and we had a whole lot of fun in the process.
If you missed it, you missed out, but don’t despair. Keep reading for all the highlights.
With Privacy on the Ground, Mulligan and Bamberger have delivered a book providing the most in-depth look yet on the way that privacy is done in organizations big and small throughout the world.
Co-Founder, Design Director, Accurat
As head of Accurat, Lupi is using data to illustrate problems and their solutions around the globe, making information both beautiful and useful.
Author; Former Senior Advisor for Technology and Innovation, U.S. Department of State
With the highly anticipated The Industries of the Future, Ross burnishes his reputation as one of the foremost thinkers on technological innovation and its impact on society.
President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft
As the head of one of the largest corporate legal teams in the world, at one of the largest technology firms in the world, Smith has rare insight into the biggest privacy issues of our day in the U.S., EU and around the globe.
Creator, PostSecret Project
Warren’s PostSecret Project is the most-visited non-commercial blog in the world, raising millions for mental health awareness while exploring anonymity and privacy in our mental lives. He’ll share what he’s learned about secrets and their powerful healing impact on society.
We heard the FTC’s Edith Ramirez and the CNIL’s Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin explore whether the Privacy Shield is really going to work. The consensus? It’s a solid start.
As IoT products are set to saturate the market, what privacy and security obligations should companies be following? That’s exactly what reporter Andrea Peterson, Commissioner Terrell McSweeny and researcher Ashkan Soltani explored in this illuminating session.
The Summit in the News
Of course we think the Summit is the be-all and end-all of privacy events, but don’t take our word for it! Read some of the top stories coming out of this year’s conference.
The New York Times F.B.I. Lawyer Won’t Say if Data From Unlocked iPhone Is Useful
Wall Street Journal FBI Analyzing Data From San Bernardino iPhone for Leads
Corporate Counsel Survey: Privacy Lawyers in Growing Demand
Seeing Is Believing