A Decade of Privacy Since 9/11

Original broadcast date: October 12, 2011

A decade after 9/11, governments and corporations have dramatically changed their data privacy and security practices and policies. To protect national and homeland security, many new forms of data are being collected and shared among far more players than ever before. At the same time, there are far more rules and policies about how to limit unauthorized collection and sharing. Hear global leaders who were at the center of the key decisions and debates about how to handle privacy after 9/11 reflect on what was done right, and what can be done better in the future.
Peter Swire, CIPP, C. William O'Neill Professor of Law at the Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University
Stewart Baker, Partner, Steptoe & Johnson, LLP
Jim Dempsey, Vice President for Public Policy, Center for Democracy & Technology
Nuala O'Connor Kelly, CIPP, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Officer & Senior Counsel, Information Governance, General Electric
Richard Thomas, UK Information Commissioner (2002-9), Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Hunton & Williams LLP
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