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Web 2.0 expo law and data presentation

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