Seminar August 10, 2013

ABA Annual Meeting: 24/7 Clash of Personal and Professional Lives: How Technology Is Blurring the Balance of Legal and Policy Norms

Event Detail
August 10, 2013
San Francisco, CA

Bruce Sarkisian served as a panelist at this meeting hosted by the American Bar Assocation Section of Science and Technology Law.  In today’s 24/7 interconnected world, more of us are going online in both our professional and personal capacities.  While some try to keep multiple identities, distinguishing between personal and professional, there is increasingly a blurring of roles and responsibilities, especially as technology does not distinguish between our professional identity and our personal activities online.  This panel explored how this blurring of personal and professional is affecting legal and policy norms in areas such as employer-employee relations, client management, reputation management and prevention loss programs. It addressed issues arising out of social networking and geolocation services to business and personal lives, data mining threats and security concerns.

August 10, 2013
Moscone Center/San Fransico, CA

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