Conference on Mobile Tech and Law

For those of you interested in policy issues, related to privacy and security, this conference is being organized by Helen Nissenbaum, Fordham University School of Law

http://law2.fordham.edu/ihtml/cal-2uwcp-calendar_viewitem.ihtml?idc=11103&template=cal

Fifth Annual Law & Information Society Symposium: Mobile Devices, Location Technologies & Shifting Values
Date(s): 03.25.11 Fri
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Location: Lowenstein Building, 12th Floor Lounge

In celebration of CLIP’s Fifth Anniversary, this symposium will explore emerging law and policy related to mobile devices, location technologies and shifting public values. Advances in information and network technologies have placed mobile computing at the forefront of the global information economy. The popularity of devices like smart phones and of applications providing location based services have led to an increase in information collection and information accessibility. At the same time, values and societal expectations with respect to key issues such as access to networks, use of content, and privacy are shifting. This symposium will bring together thought-leaders and practitioners to address and assess policies and solutions for the cutting-edge issues that will affect the evolution of mobile computing.

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