I will be speaking on November 3, 2023 at a Boston University Law Review symposium: Information Privacy Law at the Crossroads. From the symposium description:
This symposium aims to gather leading privacy scholars to examine the current state of privacy law and theory and explore its direction. With the introduction of the first bipartisan omnibus bill in Congress in a decade, President Biden calling for better privacy legislation, and states enacting a flurry of new privacy laws, it is an excellent time to revisit privacy law’s commitments and map its future in a world where people are exposed and exploited like never before.
The symposium will ultimately be in a published volume of the Boston University Law Review. I’m writing the introduction with Professor Woodrow Hartzog (BU Law School), and our essay is titled, Kafka in the Age of AI and the Futility of Privacy as Control. Stay tuned, as we’ll be posting our draft on SSRN soon.
There is an amazing lineup of speakers at the symposium. They include:
- Alexis Shore (Boston University)
- Daniel Solove (George Washington University)
- Neil Richards (Washington University in St. Louis)
- Maria Angel (University of Washington, School of Law)
- Salome Viljoen (University of Michigan Law School)
- Christopher Robertson (Boston University School of Law)
- Meg Jones (Georgetown University)
- Ngozi Okidegbe (Boston University School of Law)
- Paul Schwartz (University of California Berkeley)
- Helen Nissenbaum (Cornell Tech)
- Julie Dahlstrom (Boston University School of Law)
- Anita Allen (University of Pennsylvania, Carey Law School)
- Khiara M. Bridges (University of California Berkeley, School of Law)
- Scott Skinner-Thompson (University of Colorado)
- Ari Waldman (University of California Irvine, Law)
- Claudia Haupt (Northeastern University, School of Law)
- Danielle Citron (University of Virginia, School of Law)
- Margot Kaminski (University of Colorado, School of Law)
- Jasmine McNealy (University of Florida)
- Zahra Takhshid (University of Denver, Strum College of Law)
- Rory Van Loo (Boston University School of Law)
- Pauline Kim (Washington University in St. Louis, School of Law)
- Paul Ohm (Georgetown University Law Center)
- William McGeveran (University of Minnesota, Law School)
- Chris Gilliard (Just Tech Fellow at the Social Science Research Council)
More information about the event is here.
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Professor Daniel J. Solove is a law professor at George Washington University Law School. Through his company, TeachPrivacy, he has created the largest library of computer-based privacy and data security training, with more than 150 courses. He is also the co-organizer of the Privacy + Security Forum events for privacy professionals.