Technology and Privacy, June 22, 2007
The Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and the Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) hosted
a day-long workshop for academics and advocates to
discuss technology and privacy issues on Friday, June 22nd at the
University of California, Berkeley,
Boalt Hall School of Law Goldberg Room.
The main goals of this workshop were:
It was an excellent opportunity to develop strategy, identify
empirical data for more research, and to think about theoretical
frameworks of privacy. The format was a directed discussion, with
panels of civil liberties advocates, technologists, and consumer
- to help academics identify research opportunities in privacy law
- to help academics engage the policy process, and
- to help advocates identify existing research for use in their work.
Chris Hoofnagle (choofnagle at law.berkeley.edu)
for more information.