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Digital Privacy Panel Discussion – March 20, 2012 – UCLA School of Law

March 5th, 2012

I’ve been invited to be a part of this panel discussion sponsored by the ACLU of Southern California. Join me, if you can, for a night of delving into digital privacy and what it means for us all. — Douglas


PANEL DISCUSSION ON DIGITAL PRIVACY

“Party Like It’s 1986”(the last time electronic laws were updated)

Date: Tuesday, March 20thTime: 7p

Panelists:

  • Douglas Welch (Independent Technology Consultant for New and Social Media Strategies)
  • Heidi Kujawa (Founding Member of Kode Corporation – a company dedicated solely to intellectual property protection)
  • Nicole A. Ozer (Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director of the ACLU of Northern California)

Location:

UCLA School of Law (385 Charles E Young Dr. East, Room 1347 Los Angeles, CA 90095)

Parking: Lot 2 (attached is a UCLA Campus map)

Cost: FREE

Also, light hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served, along with a chance to network before and after the panel presentation.

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