If you’ve downloaded the app, you’ll technically be able to note these changes and additions, but, hey, the P.S.R. program is our most expansive ever, so you may miss them. First, look for “Candidates Getting Fs,” a look at the privacy policies—or lack thereof—on the websites of U.S. presidential candidates, featuring TRUSTe CEO Chris Babel, the Future of Privacy Forum’s Joseph Jerome, CIPP/US, Holland & Knight’s Steven Roosa and Craig Spiezle, president of the Online Trust Alliance. That’s at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Also at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, CipherLaw’s James Denaro will present, “Encryption: Privacy Technology So Powerful It Needs Regulation?” focusing on the ways that governments are looking to limit encryption’s spread. Finally, there is “Which Risks Matter Most,” a session that will feature NSA CPO Rebecca Richards, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, and Snapchat CPO Megan Duffy, CIPP/US, discussing the ways privacy risk changes depending on the orientation of the organization. That’s at 1:15 p.m. on Thursday. The Read More link has our schedule page where updates will also be made throughout the conference.
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