Alan Davidson, the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information, will discuss the need for federal action at the intersection of privacy, equity, and civil rights at an in-person event Wednesday, January 18 co-hosted by the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy and Center on Privacy & Technology.
The ways in which companies collect, share, and use data can exacerbate existing structural inequities, and these practices often inflict outsized harm on marginalized communities and vulnerable populations. There is potential for federal action that could mitigate the risks created by commercial data practices.
Davidson will provide remarks on an NTIA inquiry into this area at 10 am January 18, followed by a panel discussion.
This is a hybrid event – The in person portion will be held in the 9th Floor Convening Room at 500 1st; The virtual portion will be held over Zoom Webinar.
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