Today’s vibrant internet economy is increasingly driven by the collection and use of consumer data. While the tech sector has provided tremendous benefits to consumers, the unintended consequences of data sharing can raise concerns, as evidenced by the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica controversy. Naturally, policy discussions are focused on how best to protect consumers from harmful uses … Continue reading “AGEP Workshop on Information , Advertising, and Privacy”

The revelation of the Cambridge Analytica scandal marked a tipping point in policy debates around Big Data, but while new regulations seem inevitable, the path of American privacy and data security law is still uncertain. How should lawmakers respond to the mounting public distrust of the digital economy? This year’s annual public policy symposium will … Continue reading “7th Annual Public Policy Symposium on the Law & Economics of Privacy and Data Security”