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Tuesday, January 28 • 3:55pm - 5:00pm
K-12 Innovation and Student Privacy: Can They Co-Exist in the Era of Tablets, Big Data, and Cloud Storage? LIMITED

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As technology continues to rapidly progress, K-12 educators and administrators have been integrating Internet and mobile technologies into the academic lives of students across America. In today's era of data analysis and cloud storage, some policymakers are asking whether the laws governing student privacy are keeping up with that rapid technological revolution. Senator Ed Markey, the junior senator from Massachusetts, recently raised concerns with Education Secretary Arne Duncan about student data protection. This panel will ask how legislation, regulation and enforcement best be crafted to allow educators to reap the benefits of cloud computing while also safeguarding important privacy rights associated with the handling of education-related information.

Moderators
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Joni Lupovitz

Vice President, Policy, Common Sense Media
Joni Lupovitz served as chief of staff to the Federal Trade Commission chairman from March 2009 to March 2013. In that position, she was a senior adviser to the FTC chairman on policy, strategic planning, and management. She coordinated with the FTC senior staff to advance the agency’s consumer protection and competition missions, including law enforcement and policy initiatives involving consumer privacy, new technologies, and marketing to... Read More →

Speakers
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Aimee Guidera

Founder & Executive Director, Data Quality Campaign
Aimee Rogstad Guidera, founder and executive director, leads the Data Quality Campaign’s (DQC) efforts to encourage policymakers to increase the availability and use of high-quality education data to improve student achievement.Aimee was named one of TIME's School of Thought: 12 Education Activists of 2012 for her devoted and proactive leadership on the data front. Additionally in 2012 Aimee was selected for the Pahara-Aspen Education Fellows... Read More →
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Mark MacCarthy

VP Public Policy, SIIA
Mark MacCarthy joined the Software and Information Industry Association in February 2011 as Vice President for Public Policy. He advises member companies and directs public policy initiatives in the areas of intellectual property enforcement, technology and trade issues, information privacy, cybersecurity, cloud computing and the promotion of educational technology. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University, where he teaches... Read More →
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Joel R. Reidenberg

Founding Academic Director, Center on Law and Information Policy at Fordham Law School
Joel R. Reidenberg is the inaugural Microsoft Visiting Professor of Information Technology Policy at Princeton (2013/14) and holds the Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair in Law at Fordham University. He is the Founding Academic Director of the Center on Law and Information Policy at Fordham Law School. He is a former Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Associate Chief Academic Officer of Fordham University and a former... Read More →
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Kathleen Styles

Chief Privacy Officer, Office of Management, US Dept. of Education
Kathleen Styles is the U.S. Department of Education's first Chief Privacy Officer. Kathleen coordinates and oversees Federal technical assistance on privacy and confidentiality throughout the education community. | | She leads the Privacy, Information, and Records Management Services division, a new division at Education dedicated to advancing the responsible collection, use, and stewardship of information, including the administration of... Read More →


Tuesday January 28, 2014 3:55pm - 5:00pm
Newseum Room 806 555 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington, D.C. 20001

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