A year ago today, I helped organize a discussion on civil/human rights rhetoric in America at the Schomburg Center. The impetus for the program was the 100th birthday on civil rights legend Bayard Rustin, and with Occupy still fresh in minds, there was a great hook to discuss the need for greater social and economic equality. We brought together NYU’s Burt Neuborne, Columbia’s Kendall Thomas, and historian Ida E. Jones in a conversation moderated by Cathy Albisa, the executive director of the National Economic and Social Rights Initiative. While the full event was two hours long, I made a quick highlight reel.
Privacy pro in Big Law. This is a chronicle of thoughts on law and policy from a technoprivacy nerd in Washington from 2013-2015.
- The Future of Privacy: More Data and More Choices November 28, 2015
- The How/What/When/Where of Location Data October 28, 2015
- Voter Privacy and the Future of Democracy October 19, 2015
- Practical Privacy in 60 Minutes: Computers Freedom & Privacy 2015 October 14, 2015
- Ethics and Privacy in the Data-Driven World September 22, 2015
- While sex toys are insecure, porn websites have gotten a bit better: t.co/yFie05Fkpu #RightsCon Time ago 8 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
- "Don't buy this #!+" t.co/3pHyczICUs Time ago 9 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
- Prosecutor explaining how hacking into sex toys may/may not be sexual assault depending upon jurisdiction. To the common law! #RightsCon Time ago 9 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
- Let's hope! @astepanovich suggests sex toys will be catalyst for talking privacy / security in #iot. Sex drives media attention. #RightsCon Time ago 9 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
- Easy to install backdoor to allow access to dildo video stream! Time ago 9 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
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