Apps Alliance Privacy Summit (Seattle, WA)
Thursday, September 13, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Developers are taking control
of the privacy conversation.
We're providing the beer, pizza, and privacy experts. You provide the conversation.
Developers are in the crosshairs of a nationwide explosion of lawmaking. Legislators and regulators are making decisions about software privacy that will make your work more difficult, and this is your opportunity to make your voice heard. Anyone who writes software -- no matter the language or platform -- must understand the issues and take the lead in the discussion to ensure privacy protections are effective but do not impede growth in the business of creating software.
That’s why we’re bringing the privacy conversation to developers in cities across the U.S. The series will include conversations guided by discussion leaders to help developers better understand the changing privacy landscape and give them a voice in the dialogue. This isn't a heavy event, it's a conversation led by and for developers which is why we're also providing a fully stocked happy hour. Because we know even the biggest challenges can be solved over a few beers (just not too many).
6:00 Welcome (cocktails)
6:30 Panel-led discussion and open round table
Open bar before, during and after
Discussion Leaders will include:
Tim Sparapani, Sr. Advisor for Policy and Law, Application Developers Alliance
Rob Banagale, CEO, Gliph
Julie K. Mayer, Attorney, FTC Northwest Regional Office
Joleen Hughes, Founder & Principal, Hughes Media Law Group
Ryan Calo, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law
Saira Nayak, Director of Policy, TRUSTe
As a benefit of registration, attendees will receive a free membership in The Alliance. If you'd like to join sooner, register here.
The Application Developers Alliance is an industry association dedicated to meeting the unique needs of developers as creators, innovators, and entrepreneurs.
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