Exploring Privacy’s Top Thinkers and Practitioners
PRIVACYSeptember 27, 2012
At the annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference held earlier this year, information privacy law scholars and other top thinkers met with practitioners from industry, advocacy and government to hash out privacy’s toughest and most pressing challenges. Law scholar Daniel Solove discusses the strong conduit that is forming between privacy scholarship and practice, and in three such examples, papers delving into Big Data, hiring discrimination in a Web 2.0 world and operationalizing Privacy by Design are explored in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor. Editor’s Note: IAPP PLSC Award-winning authors will discuss current topics in privacy in breakout sessions at the upcoming IAPP Privacy Academy in San Jose, CA.