Team for Research in
Ubiquitous Secure Technology

Technology and Privacy, June 22, 2007

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The Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and the Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) hosted a day-long workshop for academics and advocates to discuss technology and privacy issues on Friday, June 22nd at the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law Goldberg Room.

The main goals of this workshop were:

  1. to help academics identify research opportunities in privacy law
  2. to help academics engage the policy process, and
  3. to help advocates identify existing research for use in their work.
It was an excellent opportunity to develop strategy, identify empirical data for more research, and to think about theoretical frameworks of privacy. The format was a directed discussion, with panels of civil liberties advocates, technologists, and consumer privacy experts.
  • Agenda (MS Word)
  • Short readings for our five discussions. The readings are:
  • "Recognition Markets and Visual Privacy," Ryan Shaw
  • "Noticing Notice," Jens Grossklags, Nathan Good, Deirdre Mulligan & Joe Konstan
  • "Protecting the Inner Environment: What Privacy Regulation Can Learn from Environmental Law," Dennis Hirsch (excerpts)
  • "The Gaze of the Perfect Search Engine: Google as an Infrastructure of Dataveillance," Michael Zimmer
  • "Beyond Media Hype: Empirical Analysis of Disclosed Privacy Breaches 2005-2006 and a DataSet/Database Foundation for Future Work," Ragib Hasan & William Yurcik
  • Please let Chris Hoofnagle (choofnagle at law.berkeley.edu) for more information.