"Privacy Matters: Consent,
Privacy, and the Ethical Use of Data"
January 28th, is recognized around the world as Privacy Day – a time to reflect and discuss the natural and ongoing tension between personal privacy and society’s forces to erode it. This year the CEHV, with the Office of the Chief Information Officer will be hosting a panel to lead a discussion with the audience focusing on ethics, privacy, and technology. Helen Patton (Chief Information Security Officer) will moderate panelits: Don Hubin (Director, CEHV), Marcia Ham (PhD candidate, Education Policy - Ethics & Student Data) and Holly Drake (Ohio State’s Chief Privacy Officer).
A reception will follow the event, just outside the Senate Chamber.
Data Privacy Day aims to raise awareness of the importance of privacy and data protection as well as to unite privacy professionals worldwide in celebrating the first legally binding international treaty dealing with the protection of personal data, Convention 108, signed Jan. 28, 1981. The day, known as Data Protection Day in Europe, is celebrated across the U.S., Canada, and 27 countries in the EU.
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