Cambridge Analytica, Data Misuse, and Platform Responsibility
When: Thursday, May 24, 2018
Time: 12:50pm - 2:00pm
Where: Stanford Law School, Room 280B, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA 94305

RSVP is required for this free event.

When you give sites and services information about yourself, where does it go? Who else will get hold of it, and what will they use it for? The recent revelations about Cambridge Analytica's acquisition of data about tens of millions of Facebook users without their knowledge or consent have prompted renewed interest in how data about us gets shared, sold, used, and misused -- well beyond what we ever expected. Join us for a SLATA/CIS lunchtime conversation with three experts from Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society as we discuss the legal and policy implications of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and responses from Congress and courts. How can we prevent this from happening again? What new problems might we create through poorly-crafted legal responses?

Panelists:

Daphne Keller: Director of Intermediary Liability, Stanford CIS
Jen King: Director of Consumer Privacy, Stanford CIS
Riana Pfefferkorn: Cryptography Fellow, Stanford CIS

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