Thursday 3:00 - 5:00 Room 9-152
Thursday 3:30 - 5:30 Room 200
Thursdays 3:30 - 5:00 (joint lecture and discussion by video in each classroom)
Preparation and homework to do before class
Class cancelled due to MIT snow closure
Everyone (both MIT and Georgetown students and faculty) in person at MIT
Required reading assignment only
Dinner provided following class - all students strongly encouraged to attend
(Georgetown on alternative calendar)
ASSIGNMENT 0: DUE Sunday 19 Feb @ 11:59pm: Group memo on Video Privacy Protect Act amendments.
ASSIGNMENT 1 DUE Wednesday 8 MARCH @ 11:59PM ET: Submit a first draft of your white paper explaining the technology, the privacy & security issues. with that technology, and outlining - but not drafting - your legislative solution
No Class (Georgetown Spring Break)
ASSIGNMENT 2 DUE Wednesday March 22 @ 12noon: Submit a first draft of your proposed legislation, and a one-page summary of your legislation.
(MIT spring break: 27-31 March )
ASSIGNMENT 3 DUE Friday 7 April @ 5PM ET: Submit a second draft of your proposed legislation, a revised one-page summary, and a section-by-section summary of your bill, and a revised white paper.
Group presentations:Police Geolocation Tracking, Commercial Face Recognition (b)
Group presentations: Driver Privacy and Data Transparency, Always-on in-home listening devices
ASSIGNMENT 4 DUE Wednesday 19 April @11:59PM: Updated project materials, including in-class presentation (scheduled during classes 6, 7, 8)
Group presentations: Fake News, Predictive Policing, Commercial Face Recognition (a)
Class 9: Workshop presentation of Group Projects
CLASS MEETS AT GEORGETOWN LAW CENTER IN WASHINGTON, DC (Transportation and lodging provided for MIT students. Plan on traveling to DC on the morning of 27 April and returning the morning of 28 April.)
Note that class will be followed by a reception and group dinner that evening.
FINAL ASSIGNMENT #6: Due on Friday 5 May at 5pm ET: Upload final, revised drafts of:
...in a single PDF, arranged in that order, to this folder. You are encouraged to consider feedback you received at final presentations during your revisions. Be sure to put your project title and group number in the file name.
Group Project Information Page