Santa Clara University

Benson Memorial Center

Privacy by Design: An Engineering Ethics Perspective

Jan 23, 2013
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Lucas Hall, Forbes Family Conference Center
Cost : free

It's clear that our understanding of the meaning and importance of privacy is changing, driven especially by the onset of technology and social networks.  But we usually think of such changes in privacy in terms of law or in terms of what we should shouldn't post on our Facebook page.  Three outstanding computer scientists will offer their perspectives on the efforts to get privacy "baked into" new products, as well as on the role that engineering ethics plays in those efforts. The panelists are Ben Adida (Director of Identity at Mozilla and technical advisor to Creative Commons), Brian Kennish (ex-Googler and co-founder of Disconnect), and Arvind Narayanan (Assistant Professor at Princeton and affiliate scholar at Stanford's Center for Internet and Society).

Brian Kennish      Brian Kennish

    Ben Adida

     Arvind Narayanan

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