ABA Internet of Things (IoT) National Institute 2021
1:15 – 2:15 p.m. | Big Data as Big Business in a Connected World
Big data makes the world go around in a 24/7 connected world. IoT devices are flooding today’s consumer and industrial sectors with massive volumes and varieties of IoT sensor data. Data mining, scraping, and other means of collection have become a large part of our lives, while third-party reliance on data is increasing at remarkable rates. The escalating use of data in connection with AI and Machine Learning will only continue, raising privacy, copyright, trademark, trade secret, patent, and other legal issues. A diverse panel of practitioners will offer insights on these trends, the rapidly evolving legal and regulatory issues, and corresponding business considerations.
Kristin J. Madigan, Partner, Crowell & Moring LLP; former Attorney, Division of Privacy & Identity Protection, Bureau of Consumer Protection, FTC; Vice Chair, Internet of Things Committee, ABA SciTech Section (Moderator)
April Falcon Doss, Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy; former Associate General Counsel for Intelligence Law, National Security Agency; Author, Cyber Privacy: Who Has Your Data and Why You Should Care (2020); Co-Chair, Big Data Committee, ABA Science & Technology Law Section
Liisa M. Thomas, Partner and Lead, Privacy and Cybersecurity Team, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP; Author of two treatises, including Thomas on Big Data: A Practical Guide to Global Privacy Laws (2020)
Ida Wahlquist-Ortiz, Associate General Counsel, BrightInsight, Inc.
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