Program

Thursday, June 4th, 2015

6 hours CLE available

8:00 AM

Breakfast

Claremont Ballroom

9:00 AM

Welcome

Claremont Ballroom

9:15 AM

Workshop Session 1

 
 

Security Origami: The art of folding engineering practice into privacy, technical security and cybersecurity

Seda Gurses, NYU

Commenter: Stuart Shapiro

Sonoma
 

The Biopolitical Public Domain

Julie Cohen, Georgetown Law

Commenter: Lisa Nelson

Lanai 2
 

Leaps and Bounds: Toward a Normative Theory of Inferential Privacy

Solon Barocas, Princeton University

Commenter: Jane Bambauer

Mendocino
 

The Internet of Things and the Fourth Amendment of Effects

Andrew Ferguson, UDC David A. Clarke Law School

Commenter: Stephen Henderson

Napa 3
 

Re-Enginnering The Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty Process

Peter Swire and Justin D. Hemmings, Georgia Institute of Technology

Commenter: Ed McNicholas

Lanai 3
 

Privacy and the Right to One’s Image: A Cultural and Legal History

Samantha Barbas, SUNY Buffalo Law

Commenter: Victoria Schwartz

Monterey
 

CYBER!

Andrea Matwyshyn, Princeton University

Commenter: Rebecca Green

Workshop Cancelled
 

Privacy, Trust, and Notices: An empirical examination of the importance of privacy in trust formation

Kirsten Martin, George Washington University

Commenter: Florencia Marotta-Wurgler

Napa 2
 

Health Information Taxation

Craig Konnoth, U. Penn

Commenter: Lisa Austin

Chardonnay
 

Through a Glass Darkly: From Privacy Notices to Effective Transparency

Paula Bruening, Intel; Mary Culnan, Future of Privacy Forum

Commenter: Dawn Schrader

Cabernet

10:30 AM

Break

Claremont Ballroom

11:00 AM

Workshop Session 2

 
 

It’s Too Complicated: The Technological Implications of IP-Based Communications on Content/Non-Content Distinctions and the Third Party Doctrine

Steven Bellovin, Columbia University; Matt Blaze, University of Pennsylvania; Susan Landau, WPI; Stephanie Pell, West Point

Commenter: Susan Freiwald

Sonoma
 

A Unified Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? What U.S. v. Jones Means for Privacy Law Beyond the Fourth Amendment

Kevin Bankston, Open Technology Institute; Margot Kaminski, Mortiz College of Law, Ohio State University

Commenter: Dorothy Glancy

Lanai 2
 

Putting Patient Names to Public Health Data

Latanya Sweeney, Harvard University

Commenter: Khaled El Emam

Mendocino
 

A right to be remembered? Or The Internet, Warts and All

Paul Bernal, UEA 

Commenter: Woodrow Hartzog

Napa 3
 

Understanding Privacy Decision-Making Using Social Exchange Theory

Jennifer King, UC Berkeley School of Information

Commenter: Alessandro Acquisti

Lanai 3
 

The Self, the Stasi, and the NSA: Privacy in Public in the Surveillance State

Robert Sloan, University of Illinois; Richard Warner, Chicago-Kent College of Law

Commenter: Pierluigi Perri

Monterey
 

Performance Based Consumer Law

Lauren Willis, Loyola Law School

Commenter: David Medine

Napa 1
 

Painful Privacy: A Framework to Quantify Perceived Privacy Harms

Scott Eldridge, Georgetown Univ

Commenter: Isis Miranda

Napa 2
 

The History, Means, and Effects of Structural Surveillance

Jeffrey Vagle, University of Pennsylvania Law

Commenter: David Robinson

Chardonnay
 

Privacy and Suburbanization in Postwar America

Baerbel Harju, University of Munich

Commenter: Luke Stark

Cabernet
 

Hiding the Invisible Hand: On The Interdependence of Privacy and Markets

Ryan Calo, University of Washington

Commenter: Derek Bambauer

Empire (Encore)

12:15 PM

Lunch

Claremont Ballroom

1:15 PM

Keynote introduction by Neil Richards: Professor William Cuddihy

Claremont Ballroom

2:00 PM

Break

Claremont Ballroom

2:15 PM

Workshop Session 3

 
 

The New Surveillance Discretion: Automated Suspicion, Big Data, and Policing

Elizabeth Joh, UC Davis School of Law

Commenter: Brian Owsley

Sonoma
 

Policing the Law Enforcement Privilege

Judge Stephen Smith

Commenter: Catherine Crump

Lanai 2
 

The Safeguards of Privacy Federalism in the United States and the European Union

Bilyana Petkova, NYU and Yale School of Law

Commenter: Carter Manny

Mendocino
 

Automated Recognition of Privacy Policy Ambiguity

Joel Reidenberg, Fordham University; Travis Breaux, Carnegie Mellon University; Jaspreet Bhatia, Carnegie Mellon University

Commenter: Sebastian Zimmeck

Napa 3
 

Return of the General Warrant 

Laura Donohue, Georgetown Law

Commenter: Peter Winn

Lanai 3
 

A Reasonable Woman’s Expectation of Privacy

Victoria Schwartz

Commenter: Ari Ezra Waldman

Monterey
 

Cloud Computing, Contractibility, and Network Architecture

Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania

Commenter: Lance Hoffman

Napa 1
 

Privacy Commitments

Rachel Wilka, University of Washington

Commenter: D.R. Jones

Napa 2
 

A Theory of Privacy and Trust

Neil Richards, Washington University; Woodrow Hartzog, Samford University

Commenter: Jason Schultz

Empire (Encore)

3:30 PM

Break

Claremont Ballroom

4:00 PM

Workshop Session 4

 
 

All the Data on All the People

Latanya Sweeney, Harvard University

Commenter: Stephanie Pell

Sonoma
 

Big Data Blacklisting

Margaret Hu, Washington and Lee University

Commenter: Michael Froomkin

Lanai 2
 

Enter the Philosophers: Ethical Review Boards for Innovative Data Use by Corporations

Jules Polonetsky, Future of Privacy Forum; Omer Tene, IAPP

Commenter: John Grant

Mendocino
 

Four Levels of Privacy Analysis 

Lauren Henry, Yale Law School

Commenter: Kendra Albert

Napa 3
 

The Sony Hack – An Attack on Sovereignty not Just a Breach of Privacy or a Criminal Act

Clare Sullivan, University of South Australia

Commenter: Lee Bygrave

Lanai 3
 

A Fresh Look at the Privacy Act of 1974

Dorothy Glancy, Santa Clara University

Commenter: Robert Gellman

Monterey
 

An Empirical Examination of the Effectiveness of the FTC’s Privacy Enforcement Actions under Section 5 “Unfair and Deceptive Practices” Act

Florencia Marotta-Wurgler, NYU Law School; Daniel Svirsky, Harvard University

Commenter: Gautam Hans

Napa 1
 

Control-Alt-Delist. Are we sure we wish to continue?

Brendan Van Alsenoy, University of Leuven (iMinds – ICRI/CIR); Jef Ausloos, University of Leuven (ICRI); Aleksandra Kuczerawy, University of Leuven (iMinds – ICRI/CIR)

Commenter: Margot Kaminsky

Napa 2
 

Exploring Low-income Employee Privacy in the Digital Age

Jacqueline Vickery, University of North Texas

Commenter: Julia Moenig

Chardonnay
 

eHealth and Privacy in U.S. Employer Wellness Programs

Anna Slomovic, George Washington University

Commenter: Cheryl Brown

Cabernet
 

Woodrow Hartzog, Samford University, Anonymization and Risk 

Ira Rubinstein, New York University Law School

Commenter: Cameron Kerry

Empire (Encore)

5:15 PM

Break

 

6:00 PM

Reception, Sponsored by the Microsoft Corporation

Horizon Room

7:00 PM

Future of Privacy Forum Banquet

Claremont Ballroom

 

Friday, June 5th, 2105

5.25 hours of CLE available

8:00 AM

Breakfast

Claremont Ballroom

9:15 AM

Workshop Session 5

 
 

Anonymization and Risk

Ira Rubinstein, New York University Law School; Woodrow Hartzog, Samford University

Commenter: Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye

Sonoma
 

The Loss of Fairness and Transparency in Online Personalization: A Multidisciplinary Inquiry

Amit Datta, CMU; Anupam Datta, Carnegie Mellon University; Cynthia Dwork, Microsoft Research; Deirdre Mulligan, University of California, Berkeley; Michael Tschantz, International Computer Science Institute

Commenter: Alvaro Bedoya

Lanai 2
 

Designing Algorithmic Decision Processes for Governance and Oversight

Joshua Kroll, Princeton University CITP; Edward Felten, Princeton University; Solon Barocas, Princeton University; Joanna Huey, Princeton University; Joel Reidenberg, Fordham University Law School; David Robinson, Upturn Partners; Harlan Yu, Upturn Partners

Commenter: Katie Shilton

Mendocino
 

Norms of Computer Trespass 

Orin Kerr, George Washington University

Commenter: Daniel Solove

Napa 3
 

The Normalization of the Consumer-as-Surveillor

Luke Stark, New York University; Karen Levy, New York University

Commenter: Julie Cohen

Lanai 3
 

Weathering The Nest: Privacy Implications of Home Monitoring for the Aging American Population

Jill Bronfman, UC Hastings

Commenter: Lydia Jones

Monterey
 

American Spies: Modern Surveillance, Why You Should Care, and What To Do About It

Jennifer Granick, Stanford Law School

Commenter: Margaret Hu

Napa 1
 

Privacy Engineering and The Right to Be Forgotten

Aaron Massey, Annie I. Antón, Peter Swire, & Ryan Kerwin, Georgia Institute of Technology

Commenter: Salil Vadhan

Napa 2
 

Revisiting transparency reports as a tool for transparency and accountability

Eleni Kosta, TILT/Tilburg University

Commenter: Norberto Andrade

Chardonnay

10:30 AM

Break

Claremont Ballroom

11:00 AM

Workshop Session 6

 
 

Hiding the Invisible Hand: On The Interdependence of Privacy and Markets

Ryan Calo, University of Washington

Commenter: Andrew Odlyzko

Sonoma
 

When Algorithms Go Bad

Felix Wu, Cardozo School of Law

Commenter: Seeta Peña Gangadharan

Lanai 2
 

So Right, Yet So Wrong: Big Data, Discrimination, and the FTC’s Unfairness Authority

Dennis Hirsch, Capital University Law School

Commenter: Timothy Yim

Mendocino
 

From Collection to Use Regulation? A comparison of current law and feasibility of change between Europe and the United States

Joris Van Hoboken, New York University

Commenter: Jules Polonetsky

Napa 3
 

“I don’t have a photograph, but you can have my footprints.”

Sebastian Zimmeck, Columbia University; Coralie Phanord, Columbia University; Augustin Chaintreau, Columbia University; Steven Bellovin, Columbia University; Chris Riederer, Columbia University

Commenter: Nick Doty

Lanai 3
 

Regulating Drones Under the First and Fourth Amendments

Stephen Henderson, The University of Oklahoma; Marc Blitz, Oklahoma City University School of Law; Joseph Thai, The University of Oklahoma College of Law; James Grimsley, Design Intelligence Incorporated

Commenter: Jillisa Bronfman

Monterey
 

Human-focused Turing tests: A framework for judging nudging and techno-social engineering of human beings

Brett Frischmann, Cardozo Law School

Commenter: Deven Desai

Napa 1
 

The Un-Territoriality of Data

Jennifer Daskal, American University WCL

Commenter: Peter Swire

Napa 2
 

Privacy in Flux: Privacy and Internet Technologies in Modern Japan

Yeong W Wee, Palantir Technologies

Commenter: Pam Dixon

Chardonnay
 

Security Values

Mark Burdon, University of Queensland; Jodie Siganto, UQ; Lizzie Coles-Kemp, Royal Holloway University

Commenter: Deirdre Mulligan

Cabernet
 

All the Data on All the People

Latanya Sweeney, Harvard University

Commenter: Timothy Edgar

Empire (Encore)

12:15 PM

Lunch

Claremont Ballroom
 

Presentation of Paper Awards International Association of Privacy Professionals Paper Award (presented by Omer Tene)

Young Scholars Award (Presented by Danielle Citron)

Claremont Ballroom

1:15 PM

Workshop Session 7

 
 

A Theory of Privacy and Trust

Neil Richards, Washington University; Woodrow Hartzog, Samford University

Commenter: Ryan Calo

Sonoma
 

A Federal Trade Commission for the Future, from Federal Trade Commission Privacy Law and Policy

Chris Hoofnagle, UC Berkeley Law

Commenter: Priscilla Regan

Lanai 2
 

Do I Have Privacy Rights over Predictive Information? Information Privacy in Ubiquitous Robotic Society

Hideyuki Matsumi

Commenter: Avner Levin

Mendocino
 

Four Theses On Digital Mass Surveillance And The Negotiation Of Privacy

Antonio Casilli, Telecom ParisTech

Commenter: Kate Crawford

Napa 3
 

Crime and Cybercrime: Comparing Perceptions and Punishments for Online and Offline Offenses

James Graves, Carnegie Mellon University; Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University; Ross Anderson, Cambridge University

Commenter: Jonathan Mayer

Lanai 3
 

Resilient Cities and the Brittleness of Privacy

Jody Blanke, Mercer University; Janine Hiller, Virginia Tech

Commenter: Arnold Roosendaal

Monterey
 

Beyond the Individual Privacy Paradigm: Towards a Theoretical Understanding of Collective Privacy in Social Network Sites

Heng Xu, Penn State Univ; Haiyan Jia, Penn State Univ

Commenter: Seda Gurses

Napa 1
 

Social Insecurities: Numbering Identity in the U.S. Since the 1930s

Sarah Igo, Vanderbilt

Commenter: Samantha Barbas

Napa 2
 

The Biopolitical Public Domain

Julie Cohen, Georgetown Law

Commenter: James Rule

Empire (Encore)

2:30 PM

Break

Snacks in hallways

2:45 PM

Workshop Session 8

 
 

For Whom the Data Tolls: A Reunified Theory of Fourth and Fifth Amendment Jurisprudence

Bryan Choi, New York Law School

Commenter: Marcia Hofmann

Sonoma
 

The Democratization of Surveillance: Privacy, Privilege, and Prejudice

Mary Anne Franks, Univ. of Miami School of Law

Commenter: Jon Mills

Lanai 2
 

The Atlantic Divide on Privacy and Free Speech

Kirsty Hughes, University of Cambridge; Neil Richards, Washington University

Commenter: Christopher Yoo

Mendocino
 

Responsive Privacy Regulation

William McGeveran, Univ. of Minnesota Law School

Commenter: Anupam Chander

Napa 3
 

Discussion Session: How We Teach (and Should Teach) Privacy Law

Led by Paul Ohm and Eric Goldman

Lanai 3
 

Mary Lawton and the Transformation of American Privacy Law

Peter Winn, Department of Justice; Jocelyn Aqua, Department of Justice

Commenter: Bryan Cunningham

Monterey
 

Private Data, Public Safety

Mary Fan, University of Washington

Commenter: Josh Fairfield

Napa 1
 

Discussion Session: Toward a Sociology of Resignation? Exploring Americans’ Approaches to Data Mining and Dynamic Pricing 

Led by Joseph Turow

Napa 2
 

Cybersecurity Stovepiping

David Thaw, University of Pittsburgh

Commenter: Sue Glueck

Chardonnay
 

One Hundred Twenty Years of Privacy Law Scholarship: A Latent Semantic Analysis

Robert Sprague, University of Wyoming; Kevin Grauberger, University of Wyoming; Nicole Barberis, Bloomberg

Commenter: Aaron Massey

Cabernet
 

Big Data Blacklisting

Margaret Hu, Washington and Lee University

Commenter: Franziska Boehm

Empire (Encore)

4:00 PM

Closing Remarks

Claremont Ballroom

Please note, the Living Room and Alumni Office are available on a first-come, first-serve basis if you need an impromptu meeting area