The Federal Trade Commission released the agenda and panelists for the Information Injury Workshop which will be held on December 12.
As we covered in a previous DBR on Data post, the goal of the workshop is to explore how to characterize information injuries, how to accurately measure such injuries, and their prevalence. In addition, panelists will discuss what factors businesses and consumers consider when evaluating the tradeoffs between providing information and potential exposure to injuries.
The panelists come from a variety of fields and disciplines, including information technology, privacy and data security, business, academia, legal and nonprofit fields.
The full agenda and list of panelists is available at this link. The workshop is free and open to the public and will also be available via live webcast through the FTC’s website.
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