Jan 252011
 January 25, 2011  Posted by  Misc

CORRECTION:  A formerly good friend <g> who had tweeted the event informs me that he goofed and that this event was actually held last year. Audio is available of the panel, however, if I can still believe him on anything. 🙂

I love that some universities are organizing great events this week to coincide with Data Privacy Day, which is January 28th.  Here’s another great event I just found out about:

Wednesday, January 26, from 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm, the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is hosting a panel that will meet in Room 180 at the law school:

Money makes the world go around… How does it affect user privacy? In connection with Data Privacy Day 2010, the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School will host a panel on the relationship between privacy and company finances, open to students and the larger community. Panelists from companies with different incentives and currently at different stages of monetization, as well as privacy experts, will discuss how monetary considerations operate to enhance or limit consumer privacy. Wine and cheese will be served.


Erika Rottenberg, General Counsel, LinkedIn
Julie Martin, Associate General Counsel, Mozilla
Jeremy Gin, Founder, Sitejabber
Lauren Gelman, Principal and Founder, BlurryEdge Strategies


M. Ryan Calo, Residential Fellow, Center for Internet and Society

This event is free and open to the public. Please contact Amanda Smith at [email protected] with any questions. Sponsored by the Stanford Center for Internet and Society (CIS).

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