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Tuesday, March 12 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Privacy: Who Is In, Who Is Out?

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The privacy debate has become a regulatory battle pitting two federal agencies – the FCC and the FTC – against each other. Privacy is a critical issue in today’s technology integrated world. From personal cell phone data to behavioral advertising, these are invaluable components of our daily lives and to our devices. As critical as this is, it is even more important that the jurisdictional boundaries be clear. Which pieces of privacy-centric issues fall under which umbrella? What role should the federal government take? How are start-ups, tech companies, and app developers being heard? Who gets the final say: the federal government, industry led coalitions, or consumers?
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Christina Gagnier

CEOTRAILChristina Gagnier leads the Intellectual Property, Internet & Technology practice at Gagnier Margossian LLP, with a specialization in social media, copyright and information privacy.
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Link Hoewing

VP Internet & Technology IssuesDCI Group
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Harold Ford Jr

Honorary Co-ChairBroadband for AmericaHarold Ford Jr. served five terms in the U.S. Congress representing the 9th district of Tennessee. First elected in 1996, Harold served on the House Financial Services, Budget and Education Committees while in Congress. In addition, Harold was... Read More →
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Sara Kloek

Dir of OutreachAssociation for Competitive TechnologyAs Director of Outreach, Sara Kloek uses expertise gained from nearly a decade in grassroots organizing on political campaigns, advocacy campaigns and in the halls of the United States Congress to engage ACT members around the world... Read More →
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Catherine McCullough

Exec DirIntelligent Car CoalitionCatherine McCullough works where the worlds of law, politics and media merge to create policy in the field of technology. She was raised in Washington and has worked in politics and policy for over twenty years.


Tuesday March 12, 2013 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Austin Convention Center, Room 6AB 500 E Cesar Chavez St

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