Audio: Privacy and technology law panelists

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CAMBRIDGE, MASS. – As part of a Nov. 9 symposium on privacy and technology held by the Harvard Law Review, panelists assembled for three discussions on the topic.

Click on each audio player to listen to the discussion:

Panel:  The E.U.-U.S. Privacy Collision

Panelists, in order of appearance:

  • Paul Schwartz (Berkeley)
  • Joel Reidenberg (Fordham)
  • Danny Weitzner (MIT)
  • Latanya Sweeney (Harvard)

Download Schwartz's draft paper presented at the symposium here.

Panel: What Privacy is For

Panelists, in order of appearance:

  • Julie Cohen (Georgetown)
  • Paul Ohm (Federal Trade Commission)
  • Tim Wu (Columbia)
  • Thomas Crocker (Univ. S. Car.)

Download Cohen's draft paper presented at the symposium here.

Panel:  Toward a Positive Theory

              Panelists, in order of appearance:

  • Lior Strahilevitz (U. Chi.)
  • Anita Allen (U. Penn.)
  • Alessandro Acquisti (Carnegie Mellon)

Download Strahilevitz draft paper presented at the symposium here.

Additional audio from the symposium is also available on FierceGovernmentIT – a talk by Daniel Solove and a special presentation by Jonathan Zittrain.

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