UC Hastings Privacy Project: Privacy Tools for Startups
Thursday, August 30, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:45 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
UC Hastings, Privacy and Technology Project in Conjunction with the Application Developers Alliance Presents: Privacy Tools for Startups Workshop
Sponsored by Munger Tolles
Privacy is a challenging issue for any tech company. Advances in technology, class action lawsuits, new California laws, and regulatory agencies have made it that much more difficult for startups to implement fair information practices while building their company.
The Privacy Tools for Startups Workshop is an educational event that allows registered startups to learn practical tools, practices, and tips from legal and technical experts in the privacy field and ask questions* relevant to the startup community in a safe environment.
When: Thursday, August 30th
Where: Rocket Space, 181 Fremont Street, San Francisco, CA.
6:00 - 6:30 Register and refreshments
6:30 - 7:15 Presentations
7:15 - 8:00 Q&A
8:00 - 8:45 Mingle
*Food and refreshments provided by Munger Tolles
Charles Belle: Executive Director Hastings Privacy and Technology Project (ignite speech)
Jonathan Blavin: Partner in the San Francisco office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. Jonathan will discuss the effect of recent legal developments on privacy-by-design principles, with particular emphasis on the mobile device and app contexts.
Sean Hanley: Director of Compliance at Zynga and a CIPP and CIPP/E.
Tim Sparapani: Sr. Advisor for Policy and Law, Application Developers Alliance.
Kevin Trilli: VP Product at TRUSTe. Kevin will explore teh practical product and technology trends involved with implementing privacy controls with global online and mobile products and services.
*No Legal Advice
No information provided in the workshop shall create a legal attachment. Where questions do require an attorney-client relationship attendees must contact speakers separately. Attendees will have an opportunity to speak with attorneys during the Mingle period to acquire attorney contact information.
About Real Tools Workshop Series
The Privacy Workshop is part of a Real Answers Workshop Series of events developed by the UC Hastings Privacy Project and the Innovation Law Clinics to educate startups on relevant legal challenges, facilitate access to experts, and provide legal resources. The Real Answers Workshop Series gives startups the opportunity to learn from experts and ask questions relevant to their issues from legal practitioners and technologists focused on addressing the needs of startups.
When & Where
UC Hastings Privacy and Technology Project
UC Hastings Privacy and Technology Project (Privacy Project)
A UNIQUE FOCUS
The Privacy Project is a new model for the challenges of a new century. In contrast to the traditional model of a think-tank, where research is conducted as open-ended projects, considering issues as they arise across time, the Project seeks to provide clearly defined deliverables in terms of legislation, consumer products, and industry standards to benefit users, private industry, the government and society as a whole.
For more information, please contact Charles Belle: firstname.lastname@example.org