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Tracy Mitrano, Director

Privacy and Cybersecurity

Lisa Sotto

Lisa Sotto, Hunton & Williams LLP
Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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Data privacy rules around the world are changing at lightning speed. This talk covers the privacy and cybersecurity issues that affect most global organizations today. From protecting against cyber events to hot topics such as cloud computing and online behavioral advertising, the presentation provides an overview of data privacy and security issues from a U.S. and global perspective.

Lisa J. Sotto is the managing partner of Hunton & Williams' New York office and heads the firm's top-ranked Privacy and Data Security practice. She was voted the world's leading privacy advisor in Computerworld's three most recent annual surveys and is ranked in "Band 1" by Chambers USA and Chambers Global for Privacy and Data Security. Sotto also is recognized as a leading lawyer in the 2012 edition of The Legal 500 United States. She was named among The National Law Journal's "100 Most Influential Lawyers" in 2013 and one of Ethisphere Magazine's 2012 "Attorneys Who Matter." She serves as chairperson of the Department of Homeland Security's Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee.

Other talks from the 2013
Cornell Institute for Internet Culture, Policy, and Law

Cloud Computing, Contracting, and MOOCs
Moderator: Tracy Mitrano
Panelists: Alan Fishel, Pat McClary, and Madelyn Wessel
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Free Speech, Privacy, and Human Dignity: The Values and Limits of the First Amendment
Pamela Harris, John Cabot University
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Ensuring Accessibility in Research Libraries: Legal, Technological, and Community-Based Issues
Prue Adler, Association of Research Libraries
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Internet for Everyone! Really? Building a Culture of Inclusion in the Virtual World
Dan Goldstein, Brown Goldstein Levy
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Copyright in the Digital Age
Steve McDonald, Rhode Island School of Design
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The University Computer Policy and Law Program's (UCPL) mission is to further information technologies ethics education. Typically, UCPL sponsors three or four speakers a semester for both small workshops and university lectures on topics such as digital copyright and libraries, Internet privacy and security, disability access technologies, logging and monitoring of network flow data, compliance strategies with relevant laws and campus IT policies and policy development. Complicated legal and policy issues require the expression of a variety of voices, perspectives and opinions. UCPL respects this diversity of opinion and desires to encourage campus community discussion and debate on these topics.

Videos and Transcripts of Past Presentations

The Big Download Debate: The Politics of Digital Copyright

Part 1: "What Part of 'JAILHOUSE ROCK' Don't You Understand?" (October 23, 2003)

Part 2: The Download Debate Strikes Back (April 14, 2005)

Part 3: Part 3: Cornell's Legal Music Program (April 20, 2006)

February 2011

Lori Andrews

Law professor, author, and Director of the Institute for Science, Law, and Technology at the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Facebook is Using You

An archived video of the talk may be viewed online.

The talk was part of the annual Institute for Computer Policy and Law (ICPL), held September 19-21, 2012.

Additional Talks from ICPL

  • "Online Teaching and Learning: A Revolution in the Making" by Deanna Marcum [Video]
  • "Net Smart: How to Thrive Online—Essential Literacies for the Always-On Era" by Howard Rheingold [Video]
  • "Crossing Over into The Policy Zone" by Steve McDonald [Video]

February 2011

Daniel J. Solove
John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law
George Washington University Law School

The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet

Archived Video | Transcript of the talk

What Every School Official Must Know About Privacy

An archived video of the talk may be viewed online

Workshop: Establishing a Comprehensive Privacy Program at Cornell

An archived video and workshop materials may be viewed online (Login with Cornell NetID required.)

February 2010

Harry Lewis
Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science,
Harvard College Professor

Abstracts of the talks

Excellence Without a Soul: A Conversation about Undergraduate Education

An archived video of the talk may be viewed online.

Dilemmas of Privacy and Knowledge

An archived video of the talk may be viewed online.

June 2008

Steve Worona
Director of Policy and Networking Programs, EDUCAUSE

Bits Are Not Atoms: Why Counting Copies Is No Longer Right

An archived video of the talk may be viewed online.

Video Archive of All Past Events