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Panel 2: Ensuring Data Protection: Legal and Regulatory Methods

A conversation between panelists and audience members on the legal protections and regulations that should be in place to extract value from data but also mitigate the risks associated with research, government, and commercial activities that use personal electronic information.

Panelists:
Assaf Biderman, Associate Director, MIT Senseable City Lab
Ellen Blackler, Executive Director--Public Policy, AT&T, Inc.
Jef Pearlman, Equal Justice Works Fellow, Public Knowledge
Paul de Sa, Chief, Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis, FCC
Ari Schwartz, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Center for Democracy and Technology
Paul Trevithick, CTO, Azigo

Moderator:
John Clippinger, Co-Director of The Law Lab, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University. 10/13/2009

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Introduction to panel by moderator John Clippinger and panelists.

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 00:00:00

Discussion initiation by John Clippinger: Regulatory structures and deliberative processes do not respond well to complex arguments or innovate at same rate as the market and other players. Consider regulations and business models that could emerge that are beneficial for both customers and companies. How can they move forward? To what extent do we need to have things like Gov 2.0 and other open data initiatives that engage a broader community?

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 00:30:10

Question from audience: For businesses, scientists and others engaging with data, how do you see the principles and a consensus developing about the best way to move forward? Will it be crisis-driven?

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 00:44:21

Comment from audience on user expectations and the understanding of the value and risks associated with the use of data.

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 00:50:55

Comment from the audience on the value of 21st Century citizens helping us to figure out issues surrounding technology and privacy.

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 00:56:37

Question from audience on federal guidelines regarding IP rights and regulations in addition to hacking.

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 01:01:43

Question from audience on how information is used in research with respect to privacy and user choice. How can we balance individual rights with the greater good? Who should decide on this: research boards, individual companies, or the law?

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 01:06:23

Question from Trevor Hughes: How do we move this debate forward absent the crisis/overreaction response mode we’ve seen in the past decade?

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 01:10:13

Question from audience: If we can see a crisis coming, it seems like we should be able to do something in advance. What are some concrete plans to move forward?

Posted almost 4 years by senseable_video 01:20:38

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