Who’s governing privacy? That was the main question asked at the Maine Law Review 2014 Privacy Symposium on Friday. Implementing public policy to create appropriate levels of regulation and data protection in the Digital Age is a thorny issue with no easy answers, but privacy and legal experts from the U.S. and Europe did their best to flesh out what’s possible and what’s needed in Portland, ME. In all, seven law review papers were presented at the symposium, covering topics as diverse as the privacy issues raised by license plate scanners, the effectiveness of the multistakeholder process and transnational surveillance. This exclusive for The Privacy Advisor gives you the lowdown on the event.
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