The Privacy Paradox
Your privacy: who is responsible for it? This session will delve into where responsibility for ensuring consumer privacy lies: with the individual, technology companies, the government - or all three. Panel to include:
-Jennifer Kite-Powell: Tech journalist/Forbes contributor who reports on the human side of tech.
-Hayley Tsukayama: Legislative activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, former tech reporter for The Washington Post.
-Mike Feibus: Industry analyst, USA Today contributor & host of YouTube series “Privacy Now” exploring how companies leverage consumer information, what’s being done about it & how individuals can protect themselves.
-Pankaj Srivastava: COO/CMO of FigLeaf, a privacy-first company that believes when privacy is a choice, humanity is free.
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- Where does an individual’s privacy begin and end? Is ‘privacy a fundamental right’ and, if so, who is responsible for it?
- Is online privacy possible? If so, what can individuals do to take privacy into their own hands if they so choose?
- Privacy perspectives via a legislative activist from EFF.org, a Forbes tech journalist, a tech industry analyst & a privacy-first technology company
Frances Lee, Account Coordinator, Mercury Global Partners