Data Privacy Day: A Conversation with Neil Richards on his book "Why Privacy Matters"
Please register here: https://duke.is/c89ey In honor of Data Privacy Day 2022, we will be discussing with Professor Neil Richards his recent book "Why Privacy Matters." We will talk about what privacy means and "what privacy isn't," and explore the implications of our country's legal approach to privacy for freedom, democracy, and consumer protection in this information age. Dr. Richards will be in conversation with Jolynn Dellinger (Duke Law School; Kenan Institute for Ethics) and David Hoffman (Sanford School of Public Policy). This event is sponsored by Technically Right, a program of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. Additional co-sponsors are the Sanford School of Public Policy, the Cyber Policy Program at the Sanford School of Public Policy, and Data Privacy Day.
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