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Web 2.0 expo law and data presentation

  1. DATALAW &
  2. Lawyer
  3. Lawyer
  4. We are beta testing the global power of the socialweb.
  5. We are in the alpha phase with the law and howit will manage, shape and react to the socialweb.
  6. Experience won’t just be about the tool youbuild, but it will include how you managesensitive data and how you respect users.
  7. It won’t just be this experience...
  8. It will be this one...
  9. and this one...
  10. and this one...
  11. Regulation stymiesinnovation and economic growth.
  12. Self Regulation stymies innovation and economic growth.
  13. Voluntary implementation just seems smartand frankly less cumbersome than a federal orstate-by-state legal regime.
  14. This talk is not about Facebook.This talk is about you.
  15. We can work to create a marketplace thatrewards “privacy by design” while promotinginnovation.
  16. What people care about:
  17. Data control
  18. Data minimization
  19. Data portability
  20. Data withdrawal
  21. Here are a few places to start:
  22. Conducting an assessment on privacy anddata security.
  23. type amountAudit: use intake
  24. Architectural solutions to privacy.
  25. Policy solutions to privacy.
  26. Privacy policies and practices in their currentincarnation are not working.
  27. But, even with all of these proactive efforts...
  28. We need to discuss how to dealwith “Oh S**t” moments.
  29. So, we just talked about you.
  30. But...I lied earlier about this not being aboutFacebook. It kind of is.
  31. Now, we have to talk about Facebook, Googleand Apple.
  32. Problem #1: The laws around data reside inindustry silos.
  33. Problem #2: They aren’t getting it in DC.
  34. Silicon Valley, Alley, Beach > DC
  35. Ok, I do have some <3 for the FTC.
  36. Problem #3: This isn’t going away.
  37. We just scratched the surface.
  38. Lawyer Christina Gagnier @gagnier gagnier@gamallp.com gamallp.com
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