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Silicon Flatirons - Privacy at the Margins

When Friday, March 12, 2021
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location Zoom webinar
For Public; Faculty; Staff; Students; Alumni; CLE Credit
Cost Please see event webpage for registration information.

Privacy is sometimes considered a second-tier right, and less significant than equality or liberty. However, privacy is of material importance, particularly to marginalized communities disproportionately subjected to surveillance by corporate and private actors. This conference will unpack how surveillance regimes have engendered disproportionate harm to underrepresented groups based on racial, sexual, immigration, religious, and gender biases. Speakers will underscore the role of privacy as a form of resistance not only to surveillance, but to cultural conformity and homogeneity, and will examine the many ways in which privacy is not simply an affectation of the privileged, but a critical form of anti-subordination. CLE applied for.

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Contact Vanessa Copple
CLE Credits
General: 0
Ethics: 0