The Public Voice Civil Society Meeting: "Next Generation Privacy Challenges and Opportunities"

October 25, 2010 (All day)
Jerusalem, Israel

EFF Civil Rights Director Katitza Rodriquez will join a panel discussing "The Madrid Declaration: One Year Later." One year ago, civil society organizations gathered in Madrid, and drafted and adopted "The Madrid Privacy Declaration," which reaffirms international privacy norms, identifies new challenges, and sets out specific objectives. This panel will review progress on the Madrid Declaration. This panel will also review recent campaigns by privacy activists.

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Lee Tien joins a panel discussing "Emerging Privacy Issues." New technologies pose new challenges to the protection of privacy. Examples include Smart Grid electrical network, electronic medical records, online selling, mobile advertising, geolocation tracking, datamining, and RFID tags. This panel will explore key challenges and the responses of advocacy organizations.

When: October 25, 2010
9:30-10:30 a.m. and
11a.m. -12:30 p.m.
Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel
Givat Ram
Jerusalem, 91130 Israel

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