Without My Consent Semi-Annual Fundraiser Party and Panel Discussion
June 17, 2015, 6-9 PM
Monroe in San Francisco, CA
Without My Consent empowers victims of egregious online privacy violations to lead the fight against online harassment.
Come out to support Without My Consent at our semi-annual fundraiser! Meet the team and learn more about our work helping to bring justice to victims of online harassment.
Celebrate Without My Consent with an evening of cocktails and conversation. Without My Consent celebrates its third year!
More about Without My Consent here.
Details and registration for the Without My Consent’s Semi-Annual Fundraiser Party and Panel Discussion here.
Cybersecurity and the Future of U.S. – China Relations
May 19, 2015
K&L Gates LLP
San Francisco, CA
President Obama signaled the national import of cybersecurity with a White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection in February 2015. We watched as U.S. allegations of North Korea’s hacking into Sony Corporation unfolded on the world stage. China’s PLA Unit 61398 grabbed headlines with its cyber espionage into U.S. interests. The threat of cyber espionage proves ubiquitous. This panel will focus on the most critical bilateral relationship in the world of cybersecurity today: between U.S. and China. Since the Mandiant report and the Snowden leaks, hostility between the two governments around cybersecurity has reached an all-time high. This program brings together leading experts from the government, private sector and academia to critically examine cyber espionage waged by both countries; the threats implied; and preventive measures envisioned by the best minds in the industry.
This is the second in a two-part ASNC program series titled Digital Dilemma on cybersecurity and U.S.-Asia relations.
“Faking It:” Counterfeits, Copies, and Uncertain Truths in Science, Technology, and Medicine
April 10-11, 2015
470 Stephens Hall
Keynote address by Joseph Masco, University of Chicago
We invite colleagues to join us for a two day symposium at the University of California, Berkeley on “faking it”–here construed broadly as fudging, imitating, juking, playing the trickster, pretending, feigning, re-creating, manipulating, falsifying. Our aim is to bring together a wide variety of scholars whose work, in some way, touches upon this issue. We invite colleagues to consider any aspect of the practices, epistemologies, ontologies, and politics of faking, copying, counterfeiting, or quackery. We seek to amplify and incubate a growing attention to the theory and practice of fake truths on Berkeley’s campus and beyond.
Berkeley Law Spring 1L Reception – Morrison Foerster LLP
Thursday, March 12, 2015
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Berkeley City Club, Drawing Room
2315 Durant Ave
RSVP by Monday, March 9th by emailing Ashley Grinchis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 Life Sciences IP Summit
Thursday, February 26
11:30 am – 6:00 pm
Sofitel San Francisco Bay
Redwood City, CA 94065
This half-day intellectual property summit, led by principals from Fish & Richardson’s life sciences practice with support from the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, is designed for executives and counsel in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and life sciences fields.
BLEND Networking Mixer & Entertainment Trivia
Wednesday, November 12. 2014, 6:30 pm
46 Geary St.
San Francisco, CA 94108
Interested in the media and entertainment industries? Join us for BLEND’s first event in the Bay Area and enjoy complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres as well as some fun entertainment trivia!