Askin, Dempsey, and Weiss: Legal Hacking, Culture, and Privacy, @ CFP 2014, 10 June

Jonathan Askin, Jameson Dempsey, and Phil Weiss — all of whom are associated with New York Legal Hackers and/or DC Legal Hackers — are scheduled to speak on a panel entitled Legal Hacking, Culture, and Privacy, 10 June 2014, at CFP 2014: Computers, Freedom, and Privacy Conference, in Warrenton, Virginia, USA.

Here is a description of the panel:

This panel will discuss legal hacking as a means of operationalizing Privacy by Design principles and improving the privacy and data security policymaking process. In particular, this panel will provide a brief overview of the legal hacking movement, will discuss the role that legal hacking plays in Privacy by Design, and will conclude with a brief workshop to show how organizations and governments can use legal hacking in their everyday operations to promote privacy and data security.

Click here for information about the Data Privacy Legal Hackathon, held 8-9 February 2014.

Click here for Dan Lear’s article about the legal hacking movement.

Click here for information about legal hacking events.

Click here for information about legal hacking groups.

HT Jameson Dempsey

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