| 12.10.2019 |
|White Street 2|
On Saturday, October 12, at 6pm (GMT +1), the University of New Hampshire Law Sports & Entertainment Law Institute (SELI) and the Rudman Center will host a celebration of the launch of Dean & Associate Professor Leah Plunkett’s new book “Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online” (MIT Press), which explores the myriad ways adults are giving our children’s data away, how that data is being used, and what legal protections are available to children dealing with the fallout.
We’ll kick the event off with several “lightning talks” that cluster around some of the topics explored in the book, including consumer protection; privacy, AI, and big data; social media use and identity; children’s personal autonomy; and teaching Internet safety. Next, Dean Carpenter will interview Dean Plunkett about the book and open up the floor to questions.
The event will be live-streamed via Facebook in this link.
TeilnehmerStudent (m/w/d), Wirtschaftsjurist (m/w/d), Referendar (m/w/d), Diplomjurist (m/w/d), Promotionsstudent (m/w/d), Volljurist (m/w/d)