Smartphones and mobile apps that track consumer location and activities throughout the day; wearable devices that monitor movement and details of physical well-being; retail locations outfitted with technologies that track location and device usage; cars with advanced technologies that record and transmit location and behavior; smart appliances that record, transmit and analyze appliance usage and status, ambient noise and other data. The list goes on. What is the impact of the emergence of the Internet of Things, and the resulting environment of private-sector surveillance, on privacy and civil liberties? How can companies and privacy professionals manage concerns about these issues while continuing to promote technological innovation?
Lael Bellamy, Chief Privacy Officer, The Weather Channel
Michael Farrell, Chief Scientist of the Cyber Technology & Information Security Laboratory (CTISL)
at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
Peter Swire, Nancy J. and Lawrence P. Huang Professor of Law and Ethics at the Georgia Institute of Technology; Senior Counsel, Alston & Bird
Gerry Weber, Law Offices of Gerry Weber; Senior Staff Counsel, Southern Center for Human Rights
David Keating, Alston & Bird, Privacy and Technology Practice
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Wednesday, October 5, 2016
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