If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar to discuss Ifeoma Ajunwa’s book, The Quantified Worker: Law and Technology in the Modern Workplace, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Ifeoma Ajunwa, Pauline Kim, and Matthew Bodie on the use of AI in hiring decisions and for other employment […]
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on AI policy and privacy, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Omer Tene and Brenda Leong.
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on Neurotech and Privacy , you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Nita Farahany, Jules Polonetsky and Ahmed Shaheed AI on the dangers that neurotechnology poses for privacy, fundamental human rights, and freedom of thought. Also, make sure to order Nita […]
We often hear of the dark side of artificial intelligence (AI), how it will plunge us into a dystopian world of lost privacy and bad automated decisions, culminating in the robots killing us all. Professor Orly Lobel’s The Equality Machine: Harnessing Digital Technology for a Brighter, More Inclusive Future (Public Affairs, October 2022) offers a very […]
If you couldn’t make it to my webinar to discuss privacy and innovation, you can watch the replay here. David Keating (Alston & Bird), Ashley Massengale (Porsche) and Nameir Abbas (Okta), and I discussed practical approaches and tips for assessments of new technologies under privacy regulatory standards.
Please check out the conversation I had with Alexandra Ross and Elena Elkina about dark patterns. A “dark pattern” is a term coined in 2010 by Harry Brignull, who defined it as “a user interface that has been carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance with their purchase or signing up […]
Please check out the conversation I had with Travis LeBlanc (Cooley), Simon McDougall (UK ICO) and Justin Antonipillai (Wirewheel) on Data Privacy Day. We discussed privacy developments for this year and beyond.
I had a great conversation about the future direction of privacy in the next four years with Cam Kerry (Brookings), Alexandra Reeve Givens (CDT), and Justin Antonipillai (Wirewheel). This video is part of Wirewheel’s Spokes Conference. Check out the video here: Join Wirewheel’s Spokes Conference (Dec. 1-2, 2020) for other great sessions!
This cartoon is about new technology and privacy. With each new technology, there have been outcries that privacy will be lost forever. A while ago, I wrote a post collecting headlines and book covers that proclaimed “the death of privacy” throughout the ages. Despite being under constant threat, privacy has somehow has managed to survive. […]
Much Internet traffic is not human. According to the NY Times: How much of the internet is fake? Studies generally suggest that, year after year, less than 60 percent of web traffic is human; some years, according to some researchers, a healthy majority of it is bot. For a period of time in 2013, the Times reported this […]