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Who Rules Big Data? Law, Knowledge, and Power
March 27, 2015, Buffalo, NY
Innovation Sticks: The Limited Case for Penalizing Failures to Innovate
April 02, 2015, Washington, DC
The Black Box Society
April 07, 2015, Cambridge, MA
Thomson Reuters Speaker Series: Kate Crawford
April 07, 2015, New Haven, CT
CITP Luncheon Speaker Series: Helen Nissenbaum – Respect for Context as a Privacy Benchmark
April 07, 2015, Princeton, NJ
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