On April 22, experts from the public- and private-sectors will join public policy experts from the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy and privacy law experts from Georgetown Law to look at “Privacy Principles in the Era of Massive Data.” The event, to be held in Georgetown Law Center’s Hart Auditorium, will be keynoted by the Federal Trade Commission’s Maureen Ohlhausen. Meanwhile, Carnegie Mellon University will hold a workshop on the “Future of Privacy Notice and Choice” on June 27. The workshop, co-chaired by Lorrie Cranor and Norman Sadeh, will be open to the public. And the FTC is launching a summer fellowship program on technology and data governance.
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