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October 2020

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This month on TAP, privacy law experts Daniel Solove and Paul Schwartz brought their Privacy + Security Academy to a virtual gathering of privacy and security professionals, policymakers, attorneys, academics, and technology industry experts.

Also on TAP this month, MIT economist Daron Acemoglu discussed the dark side of data sharing on social media and other platforms, Nicholas Bloom shared his expertise on the ups and downs of working from home, and Peter Swire shared his data portability insights and expertise at the FTC “Data to Go” workshop.

 

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TAP SCHOLARS

    United States v. Apple: Competition in America
    November 10, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST
    Yale Information Society Project
    In 2012 the Department of Justice accused Apple and five book publishers of conspiring to fix eBook prices. In this presentation, the Apple eBooks litigation is used as a case study to untangle much broader problems in American competition policy.

     

    BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Technology Law as a Vehicle for Anti-Racism
    November 12, 2020 - November 13, 2020
    Berkeley Center For Law & Technology
    This online symposium invites leading and rising legal academics, policymakers, and activists to share their research and perspectives on the intersection of technology, law, and race. 

     

    Joel R. Reidenberg Northeast Privacy Scholars Workshop
    November 13, 2020
    Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity
    This workshop offers privacy scholars from diverse fields the opportunity to receive extensive, constructive commentary on their works in progress. This year's workshop is in honor of Joel R. Reidenberg, who passed away in April 2020.