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Posted by Kraig Baker David Brin, the science-fiction writer and futurist, was one of the keynote speakers this morning. He was quite interesting and was somewhat provocative for a privacy conference. His greatest concern was the impact of the rise of secrecy on accountability in our society. His point was that we are an enlightened society that is not rule… Continue Reading

More from the IAPP Privacy Academy

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Lance Koonce and I are blogging from the IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) annual conference in Las Vegas this week. The organization seems to be getting a lot of traction as a trade group. They have over 600 attendees this year — many more than last year. They also have a much more impressive roster of comp… Continue Reading

Viva!

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Several of us will be blogging this week from the IAPP’s Privacy Academy 2005 in Las Vegas, which runs from October 26th through the 28th. Lance Koonce will be speaking on a panel entitled “Privacy in a Public World: Emerging Issues”. Hope to see some of you there!… Continue Reading

Welcome to the Blogosphere

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Although a bit farther afield from the realm of privacy and security than our regular posts, we just wanted to mention that a DWT colleague of ours, John Parnass, has recently launched his own blog on Construction Law. It’s a great looking site and John is an experienced attorney whose insight in this area will be invaluable. Welcome, John!… Continue Reading

Welcome to the Privacy and Security Law Blog (PrivSecBlog)

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Today marks the launch of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP’s privacy and security blog – thanks for dropping in. Several years ago, a small group of attorneys at our firm recognized that issues surrounding the electronic collection and protection of sensitive information were throwing off new legal questions at an accelerating rate. Thus was born … Continue Reading