Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Pacific
Title: Online Privacy: Who is Looking Over Your Shoulder?
Law Section: Intellectual Property and New Media
Privacy on the Internet and on computers seems to be an ever-shrinking notion. Hackers, tracking cookies, behavioral profiling, identity theft, data mining, and much more create previously non-existent threats for all of us. This program will make sense of all of it for you. The panelists will focus on three areas: A basic discussion of the most important federal and state statutes concerning privacy, an exploration of some of the hottest areas, current controversies, and trends in privacy law, and a discussion of how to protect your clients from a data breach and what to do if they are the victim of a data breach or other violations of their privacy.
Karl M. Manheim – Professor of Law, Loyola Law School
George M. Borkowski – Partner, Freeman, Freeman & Smiley, LLP
Jason Smolanoff – Vice President, Stroz Friedberg
Program Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2012
CLE Credits: 1.5
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