Event: Surveillance, Privacy, and Data Across Borders: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives

Date(s):
April 18, 2017, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location:
Global Learning Center, 84 5th St. NW, Atlanta, GA

Cost:
0

Transatlantic Data

The Center for European and Transatlantic Studies at The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the Institute for Information Security & Privacy at Georgia Tech, and the Scheller College of Business host a one-day conference about trans-Atlantic mutual legal assistance. This free and open-to-the-public event features panelists from premier universities, Fortune 100 technology companies, and Internet advocacy groups.

A keynote lecture will be delivered by Bruno Gencarelli, the European Commission's DG Justice with oversight of data exchange and protection.  His address is titled, “Achieving Individual Privacy and International Security Cooperation in a Shifting Landscape,” and will take place at 11 a.m. in the Scheller College of Business, Room 200.

Space is limited. Registration is required by emailing cets-rsvp@inta.gatech.edu

We are grateful for financial support from the European Union's Erasmus+ Program, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

 

AGENDA

8:00 Breakfast

 

8:45  Welcome and introduction to current MLA issues

  • Joseph Bankoff, Chair, School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech
  • Peter Swire, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech
  • Alasdair Young, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech

 

9:30 Panel 1: Intersection of law enforcement, intelligence, and military for MLA:

  • Philip Breedlove, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech (former Supreme Allied Commander Europe)
  • John De Long, Berkman Klein Center, Harvard University 
  • Susan Hennessey, Brookings Institution
  • Scarlet Kim, Privacy International

 

10:30 Break

 

11:00  Keynote lecture 

“Achieving Individual Privacy and International Security Cooperation in a Shifting Landscape”

Bruno Gencarelli, DG Justice, European Commission

Introduction: Dean Maryam Alavi, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech

Scheller College of Business, Room 200

 

12:00 Lunch

 

1:00  Panel 2: Hacking, Attribution, Technology, and MLA

  • David Dagon, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech
  • Kim Peretti, Alston & Bird 
  • Dillon Reisman, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University

 

2:00 Panel 3 The US/UK Agreement as a Model for Reform

  • Gail Kent, Facebook
  • Drew Mitnick, Access Now
  • Greg Nojeim, Center for Democracy and Technology
  • Suzanne Vergnolle, Paris II Law

 

3:00 Break

 

3:30 Panel 4 Long-term Proposals for International Data Requests

  • Kevin Bankston, New America
  • Lani Cosette, Microsoft
  • Andrew Woods, University of Kentucky       

 

4:30 Concluding Thoughts

  • Peter Swire, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech
  • Alasdair Young, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech

 

5:00 Close

 

For more information, contact

Marilú Suárez
404-894-4452 (office)/404-894-1900 (fax)
www.inta.gatech.edu

Register by emailing cets-rsvp@inta.gatech.edu