Annual Conference

Center for Law and Innovation: Privacy in Practice

Privacy in Practice: June 22, 2012 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

This year's theme is consumer privacy, with a focus on all the activity in Congress, the FTC, the DOC and the White House, with some additional discussion of pending International developments.

Location: Wishcamper Center, 34 Bedford St, Portland, Maine

Registration ($100): click "Non-member Account" and select "Conference"

Agenda

Speakers

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Parking

Please park up the hill at the garage behind the Abromson Center (the second left if driving from Forest Ave.). Exit the garage on the downhill side and you will be facing the Wishcamper Center.

Agenda

8:00-9:00 Breakfast/Networking (Lobby)

9:00-9:15 Welcome

  • Peter Pitegoff, Dean, University of Maine School of Law
  • Rita Heimes, Director, Center for Law & Innovation

9:15-10:35

Global Data Management Concerns for All Enterprises, Everywhere

  • Harriet Pearson, Vice President, Security Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer at IBM

Proposed EU Privacy Regulation: The Good, The Bad, and The Draconian

  • Chris Wolf, Director of Hogan Lovells' Privacy and Information Management practice group and Co-chair of the Future of Privacy Forum

10:35-11:00 Coffee Break (Lobby)

11:00-12:20

Myth: America Has No Privacy Regime

  • Adam Thierer, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University with the Technology Policy Program

Privacy in the Age of Big Data

  • Omer Tene, Managing Director of Tene & Associates and an Associate Professor at the College of Management School of Law

12:20-1:20 Lunch (Room 102)

1:20-3:00

Across the Border: The Evolution of Canada's Regulatory Landscape

  • Kris Klein, Partner at nNovation LLP, Managing Director of IAPP Canada, and Privacy Law adjunct professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty Law School

Speaker Panel Discussion on FTC, DOC and White House Privacy Reports

  • Trevor Hughes President and CEO, International Association of Privacy Professionals

Directions


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From the South

  • Take I-95 NORTH towards N.H./MAINE. (Maine Turnpike Toll $1.50)
  • Take Exit 44 (formerly Exit 6A), the I-295 NORTH exit, towards SO. PORTLAND/PORTLAND DOWNTOWN. (Toll $.50)
  • Take Exit 6B, the FOREST AVE exit
  • At the end of the exit turn right and merge onto Forest Avenue
  • At 1st stop light, turn left onto Bedford Street
  • The Wishcamper Center is the second building on the left at 34 Bedford Street. You may access the parking garage by taking the 2nd left (immediately after the overhead skywalk) on Bedford Street.

From the North (From Route 295)

  • Take I-295 South
  • Take exit 6B FOREST AVE exit
  • At the end of the exit turn right and merge onto Forest Avenue
  • At 1st stop light, turn left onto Bedford Street
  • The Wishcamper Center is the second building on the left at 34 Bedford Street. You may access the parking garage by taking the 2nd left (immediately after the overhead skywalk) on Bedford Street.

From the North (From Route 95)

  • Take I-95 South (Toll Road)
  • Take Exit 48 (formerly Exit 8), Westbrook exit
  • After the toll plaza, turn left at the light onto Riverside Street
  • Proceed to the Riverside Street/Brighton Avenue intersection
  • Turn left onto Brighton Avenue, Route 25
  • Follow Brigton Avenue (Route 25) for approximately 3 miles until the stop light at a five-way intersection (Deering Street/Falmouth Street/Brighton Street intersection)
  • Bear to the left (not a sharp left) on Brighton Avenue that soon intersects with Bedford Street.
  • Enter the USM parking garage by taking the first right onto Surrenden Street. The Wishcamper Center is located at 34 Bedford Street, next door to the parking garage.
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