Unintended Consequences: Understanding and Embedding Data Ethics into a Privacy Management Framework

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The advanced analytics and greater use of Big Data in today’s world has unlocked information, insights, and new uses that we could never have imagined: good, bad, and unintended altogether. As data analytics, AI, and Machine Learning continue to be leaned on more, organizations must start thinking of a different way forward, and how to navigate uncharted and unanticipated ethical waters. Embedding data ethics into a privacy management framework requires both going beyond the box-checking of compliance, and a deeper understanding of our relationship to data and its purpose.
In this session, we will discuss:
  • Trends in enforcement actions worldwide
  • How to interpret enforcement actions to identify key factors
  • Regulator priorities as seen in recent enforcement and where the upcoming priorities may be
Nainesh Ramjee
Senior Counsel, CIPP/US, Privacy Intelligence, TrustArc
Dr. Paul Root Wolpe
Director, Center of Ethics, Emory University
Dennis Hirsch
Professor of Law; Director, Program on Data and Governance, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

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