Not according to Scott McNealy (1999) or Mark Zuckerberg (2010), and now even Steve Jobs’ Apple has made a mess of it. Privacy online is a hot subject these days and our panel has the experience to give us a view from four different perspectives. Join us at Webtrends at 6:00 p.m. on June 21.
Taplister* joins Widmer Brothers* in bringing the cold beer, you bring the hot questions.
Webtrends, 16th Floor
6:00 - 8:00
John Anthony Hartman, moderator, Partner / Transmedia Producer at Evergreen Branded Media
Marshall Kirkpatrick, Editor in Chief, RWW (ReadWriteWeb)
Marshall Kirkpatrick is the lead writer at ReadWriteWeb, one of the top technology news blogs on the internet and syndicated daily online by the New York Times. Marshall has established himself as one of the web’s leading voices on bleeding edge technology thanks to his ability to find signal buried in real-time noise – primarily through the use of innovative research systems built for crowdsourced data mining and first mover’s advantage. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, two dogs, two cats and three chickens.
Aaron Hockley, Hockley Photography
Aaron Hockley creates photographs, memories, and stories using a photojournalistic style. While he explores all areas of photography, his focus is on imagery of the events, people, and facilities that drive businesses of all sizes. In addition to creating his own photographs, Aaron is a writer, speaker, and podcaster who helps photographers use new media and social media to better market themselves and their work.
Christine Arevalo, Director, Critical Incident Response Team, ID Experts
Director of Critical Incident Response, Christine Arevalo, has been with ID Experts for over seven years and is a founding employee. She has a B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration and has completed an Executive MS in Economic Crime Management. During her career at ID Experts, Christine has become very active in the legislative world of Information Security, and has worked hard in the drafting of bills that push for greater protection of PII and PHI. Her most notable work was with Oregon Senate Bill 583 which now makes breach notification a requirement. Christine has extensive experience in data breach and identity theft concepts, practices, and procedures; including victim restoration, risk assessment, data breach laws and compliancy issues affecting each client breach.
Amanda Mayhew, Corporate Secretary, General Counsel and Privacy Officer, EthicsPoint
Amanda Mayhew currently serves as General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Privacy officer of EthicsPoint, Inc. In this capacity, she advises the organization on a variety of matters including international data privacy and security, intellectual property, and general corporate matters. Amanda is currently serving as President of the Oregon Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel, is a member of the Executive Committee of the Oregon State Bar’s Intellectual Property Section and is a board member of FrOLIO (Friends of Opportunities for Law In Oregon). She is past Chair of the Oregon State Bar’s Affirmative Action Committee and is a member of the following organizations: International Association of Privacy Professionals, the Oregon Minority Lawyers Association and the OSB Computer and Internet Law, Corporate Counsel and Intellectual Property Sections. Amanda is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and is licensed to practice in the states of Oregon and Washington.
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*Social Media Club Portland thanks Taplister and Widmer Brothers for providing the beverage at this event.
Added by socialmediaclubpdx on June 11, 2010
Joel - Thanks for the question. I'll make sure to get that into the rotation.
I'm interested in privacy and geolocation.
I second that, Amber! Privacy & geolocation have been top-of-mind with me for awhile.
i am interested in social media and identity theft...are criminals getting wise to use social media to socially engineer sensitive information?
Hoping to get some perspective on social / online privacy in K-12 schools. Should school district IT have a role in monitoring for dangerous interactions?