A Year Spent Virtually: The Lasting Effect of the COVID Pandemic on Privacy


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The COVID pandemic and the events of 2020 gave urgency to an already pressing issue: the need to protect privacy while using data to address the world’s most pressing societal challenges. Experts will discuss society’s rapid digital transformation in response to COVID, the role of data in recovery, and the new and urgent opportunities for businesses and governments to protect data.
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Jules Polonetsky

Moderator

Chief Executive Officer, Future of Privacy Forum

Julie Brill

Panelist

Chief Privacy Officer and Corporate Vice President, Global Privacy & Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft

Danielle Citron

Panelist

Jefferson Scholars Foundation Schenck Distinguished Professor in Law, University of Virginia

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