National Association of Attorneys General
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
AG Gansler Announces Online Safety Campaign with Facebook
A NAAG/Facebook effort aimed at helping teens manage their privacy and stay safe.
MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 2013
The Privacy Landscape
Julia Angwin, the journalist who led the Wall Street Journal award winning “What They Know” privacy investigative team addresses the breakfast meeting.
Cybersecurity: Protecting Government, Financial, and Critical Infrastructure
Moderated by Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell, panelists discuss issues related to cybersecurity.
Data Collection, Data Mining, Data Brokers, and Consumer Privacy
Martha Coakley, Massachusetts Attorney General moderates a panel discussion on data collection and issues of privacy.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15, 2013
Privacy on the Menu: State, FTC and Industry Initiatives
Jon Leibowitz, former Chairman, Federal Trade Commission addresses attendees during a lunch meeting.
Federal and State Responses to Digital Privacy Concerns
Moderated by Roy Cooper, North Carolina Attorney General, panelists review federal and state responses to internet privacy concerns.
Kids as Consumers and Internet Privacy
Douglas Gansler, NAAG President and Maryland Attorney General facilitates a panel focusing children as consumers and issues of privacy for them.
Protecting Trade Secrets, Copyright, Brands, and Other Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
Jim Hood, Mississippi Attorney General guides a discussion on the management of intellectual property on the internet.
TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013
Market Solutions to Internet Privacy: Are They the Answer?
J.B. Van Hollen, Wisconsin Attorney General leads a panel covering market solutions to internet privacy.
Exploring the Relationship Between Competition and Internet Privacy
Rob McKenna, Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutliffe LLP and former Washington Attorney General and panelists discuss the competitive aspects of internet privacy.
AG Internet Privacy Units
The Maryland and California OAG review internet privacy units.