April 9, 2022 - 9:30am PDT
University of California, West Pauley Ballroom
As governments, companies, and “bad actors” increasingly traffic in data, the collection, use, and sale of personal information has become a nearly unavoidable part of everyday life. Is this data collection truly benign and necessary? Who stands to benefit, and who is harmed? What possible solutions help protect individuals’ and communities’ ownership over their own data? An interdisciplinary panel of experts in privacy rights and data collection discusses the thorniest questions in today’s data economy.
Sean Clair, PhD Candidate - Moderator
- Xiao Hui Tai, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar, Global Policy Lab, UC Berkeley

- Ulises Mejias, EdD, Professor, SUNY, College at Oswego; Director, Institute for Global Engagement
- Hayley Tsukayama, Senior Legislative Activist, Electronic Frontier Foundation