November 18, 2020 - 9:00am PST

The University of Missouri's Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute in partnership with the Electronic Frontier Foundation invite you to join our virtual event, "Deciphering Data Privacy", on Wednesday, November 18, at 11 am Central Time/ 9 am Pacific Time. The event will feature a keynote from EFF Project Manager Lindsay Oliver, a fireside chat with Melanie Ensign, CEO/Founder of Discernible, and a panel moderated by Kashmir Hill of the New York Times in conversation with Maddy Varner of The Markup, Dhruv Mehdotra of Gizmodo Media, and Aaron Krolik of the New York Times.

RJI and EFF believe journalists can help the public better understand what's happening and what's at stake with data privacy. Through that public accountability, we also believe journalists can play a critical role in revamping the incentive structures driving the technology industry and building greater trust.

Together in conversation with journalists, technologists and privacy experts, we will unpack the messages and the mechanisms surrounding data privacy and develop strategies for more effective coverage around this important issue.

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