"Managing Big Data, Avoiding Discrimination," Privacy + Security Forum, October 2017.
Discrimination can occur when an algorithm or a computer makes a decision. This session explores ways for companies to use Big Data while avoiding discrimination and other potential legal pitfalls. It will examine FTC guidance in this area as well as legal challenges in this area, including class actions.
Ami Rodrigues, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Attorney
Amanda Witt, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Andrea Arias, Attorney, Division of Privacy & Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Privacy + Security Forum
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