This workshop will discuss the Privacy and Security Implications for Web 2.0: From social networks to cloud computing, online games and virtual worlds
Location: Washington, DC
Latest Activity: Jul 19, 2012
Jeff Brueggeman is Vice President-Public Policy for AT&T. He is responsible for developing and coordinating AT&T’s public policy positions on Internet, technology and convergence issues. Jeff and his team also support AT&T’s business in the operation of its global Internet network, deployment of next-generation broadband networks and development of converged IP services.
Ginger McCall is Staff Counsel at EPIC, where she works on EPIC's litigation matters, including amicus curiae briefs, open records requests, and national security matters. Ms. McCall is a graduate of Cornell Law School and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in English Literature. While in law school, she was the head of the Cornell Law School National Lawyers Guild, helped to found the Cornell Law School National Security Law Society, was ranked as a semifinalist in Cornell Law School's Winter Cup moot court competition, and was a Cornell Judicial Codes Counselor (representing students before Cornell's academic and conduct hearing boards). Ms. McCall spent her first law school summer interning with the American Civil Liberties Union in Pittsburgh, PA and her second summer as a clerk with EPIC. While clerking with EPIC, Ms. McCall worked on projects involving a variety of privacy topics, including spyware protections, medical record privacy, and the Freedom of Information Act. Because of her work in civil rights, Ms. McCall was awarded the Freeman Prize for Civil and Human Rights by Cornell Law School.
Michelle De Mooy, Senior Associate, National Priorities, has been working on behalf of social justice issues for the last 12 years. Prior to joining Consumer Action, she was the Director of Development and Communications at Fair Chance, a nonprofit that provides organizational development services to grassroots groups serving children and families. Before that, Michelle was a Senior Consultant for eCampaigns at M+R Strategic Services, where she managed media strategy for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, The Wilderness Society, and labor rights group American Rights at Work. Before relocating to DC in 2005, Michelle provided strategic marketing, communications and technology consulting for non-profits and universities in the Philadelphia area, including the Women’s Opportunities Resource Center, To Our Children’s Future With Health, the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University. At the Women’s Law Project (and its affiliate group WomenVote PA), she aided in the agency’s efforts to pursue high-impact litigation and public policy for gender equality concerns, including reproductive rights, contraceptive equity and Title IX programs, and volunteered in their direct services program as a legal information counselor. In Philadelphia, Michelle was a senior marketing manager for Investor Broadcast Network where she managed corporate communications, brand advertising and marketing for radiowallstreet.com, hedgecall.com, and investorbroadcast.com. She was also involved in the early days of the dotcom boom, developing website projects for dotcom startups in San Francisco, including Looksmart, Ltd. Michelle graduated from Lehigh University in 1997 with a degree in Government.
Carrie Gardner, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Library Science and Instructional Technology Kutztown University and Member, American Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee.
Katitza Rodríguez is Director of EPIC´s International Privacy Program, and Member of the Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group of the United Nations Internet Governance Forum. She concentrates on comparative international policy and legal aspects of privacy and data protection, international transfer of personal data and privacy global standards. She is Research Director for EPIC "Privacy and Human Rights Report (PHR) 2008" (forthcoming), the most comprehensive survey of privacy laws and developments in the world. She was also Research Editor of the Latin American Reports in the 2005 and 2006 editions of PHR. She participates and monitors the work of several organizations on international privacy discussions, including the OECD, the Privacy Sub-Group of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF), the Data Protection Commissioner Meeting and the Ibero-American Data Protection Network. Katitza is also coordinator of The Public Voice Coalition. She was responsible for facilitating the participation of Civil Society Participants of The Public Voice Coalition in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Ministerial Meeting in Seoul, Korea as well as the organization of the OECD Civil Society Forum. This effort resulted in the creation of the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council (CSISAC), a landmark achievement for civil society at the OECD. The Public Voice Project will serves as the initial point of contact with the OECD Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy (ICCP) and is responsible for facilitating CSISAC participation in the OECD from 2009-2010.
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