Social Distancing Socials: Will COVID-19 Claim Privacy Among its Victims?
Date: April 16, 2020 4:00 PM EDT
Location: Facebook LiveTickets: Free
We can’t meet up together in person these days, but we at Future Tense believe that connecting with each other to consider how technology and science can disrupt and enhance our lives is more vital than ever. Plus, we miss you all. That’s why we’re launching a biweekly series of what we’re calling Social Distancing Socials. You can join these interactive conversations via Zoom, from the comfort of your home with your favorite beverage in hand.
Join us Thursday, April 16 for less than an hour at 4:00 pm EDT to discuss privacy and surveillance in the wake of COVID-19:
Professor and Faculty Director, Tech, Law, & Security Program at American University Washington College of Law
Kathryn Waldron, @WaldronKathryn
Resident Fellow, National Security & Cybersecurity, R Street Institute
Al Gidari, @agidari
Consulting Director of Privacy at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society
Follow the conversation online using #SocialDistancingSocials and by following @FutureTenseNow.