How Do We Move Beyond Consent Models In Privacy Legislation?
July 29, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
While everyone agrees that we need federal privacy legislation, how it should work is another story. Oftentimes legislation relies on companies getting consent before collecting, using, or selling data. Consent mechanisms place the burden on consumers to figure out what uses of data are beneficial or harmful.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss why consent doesn’t protect consumers and propose other frameworks that could be used in federal privacy legislation.
Senator Sherrod Brown
Yosef Getachew, Director for Media & Democracy Program at Common Cause
Nathalie Marechal, Senior Policy Analyst at Ranking Digital Rights
Stephanie Nguyen, Digital Rights Researcher at Consumer Reports
Joseph Turow, The Robert Lewis Shayon Professor at the University of Pennsylvania
Moderator: Sara Collins, Policy Counsel at Public Knowledge
We will send call-in information to registrants in advance of the webinar