Northeast Privacy Scholars Workshop

October 20, 2017

New York Law School
185 West Broadway
New York, NY

The Innovation Center for Law and Technology at New York Law School and The Center on Law and Information Policy at Fordham University School of Law are pleased to have hosted the inaugural Northeast Privacy Scholars Workshop at New York Law School on October 20, 2017.

The Workshop offered privacy scholars from diverse fields the opportunity to receive extensive, constructive commentary on their works-in-progress on a variety of privacy-related topics and from a wide range of disciplines, including, but not limited to, law, social science, computer science, engineering, communications, and public policy.

The Workshop format was designed to facilitate discussion and commentary on papers that can benefit from them.

The schedule for the day was as follows:

830-915 AM Registration, Breakfast, and Welcome
915-930 AM Welcome
930-1015 AM Anti-Discriminatory Privacy by Ignacio Cofone, NYU ILI
(Commentator: Laurent A. Sacharoff)
1015-1030 AM Privacy and Synthetic Datasets by Nathan Reitinger, Preetam Dutta, and Steven M. Bellovin, Columbia
(Commentator: James Grimmelmann)
1030-1045 AM Break
1045-1130 AM Big Brothers and Little Sisters by Marjolein Lanzing, Eindhoven University of Technology
(Commentator: Angela Campbell)
1130 AM – 1215 PM (Ab)Use of Consumer Information: How Can Companies Use Consumer Information by Kirsten Martin, GWU School of Business
(Commentator: Joe Turow)
1215-115 PM LUNCH
115-2 PM The Investigative Dynamics of the Use of Malware by Law Enforcement by Paul Ohm, Georgetown University Law Center
(Commentator: Sarah Lageson)
2-245 PM Reap What You Sow? The Privacy of Agricultural Data by Karen Levy, Solon Barocas, & Alexandra Mateescu, Cornell University
(Commentator: Kiel Brennan-Marquez)
245-3 PM Break
3-315 PM Privacy and Access in Criminal Defense by Rebecca Wexler
(Commentator: Marc Blitz)
315-4 PM The Duty of Data Security by William McGeveran, University of Minnesota Law School
(Commentator: Andrea Matwyshyn)
4-415 PM Privacy, Ethics, and High Dimensional Social Science Data: A Case Study of the Fragile Families Challenge by Ian Lundberg, Princeton University
(Commentator: Joshua Kroll, UC Berkeley)
415-430 PM Break
430-515 PM Data Philanthropy by Yafit Lev-Aretz, NYU ILI
(Commentator: Kurt Wimmer)
515-6 PM Privacy and Power in New Contractual Forms by Mark Verstraete, University of Arizona
(Commentator: Roger Ford)
6-7 PM Closing Cocktail Reception