Presented by the Cybersecurity Law Section
The Short and Longer Term Privacy Implications of “Solving” Pandemics With Big Data, Contact Tracing, Surveillance and Other Emergency Measures
||Tuesday, June 9, 2020
||9:00 - 10:15 a.m.
California Senator Scott Wiener
Melissa Bianchi, Hogan Lovells
Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Professor Ken Bamberger, Co-Director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology
Lesley Weaver, Bleichmar Fonti & Auld
This panel will explore the privacy implications of surveillance measures to fight pandemics, including how to obtain meaningful, revocable consent and how to safeguard such data from misuse.
- What are the immediate needs of local government in times of crisis in terms of finding medical solutions and stopping the spread?
- What concerns about surveillance arise from contact tracing?
- Can information be collected and accessed securely and then
- How are platforms and programs being designed to collect information necessary to stop the spread and fight the disease?
- What are reasonable solutions that balance these competing interests in this pandemic?
Eve-Lynn Rapp, Edelson
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Event Code: G204503
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