This Thursday, November 18: How Internet Startups Can Avoid Privacy Lawsuits

Nicole Ozer, Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director at the ACLU of Northern California, will discuss smart internet privacy policy for startups on Thursday, November 18, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the Eidman Jury Room at the UT School of Law, 727 E. Dean Keaton St. 78705. The seminar is co-sponsored by The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Texas and the University of Texas Law School American Constitution Society.

Ozer is an expert technology and civil liberties. Her presentation, “Privacy and Free Speech: It’s Good for Business” addresses incorporation of privacy, security, and free speech policies into the business development process. Her topic includes making early decisions that are good for customers and the bottom line.

Ozer will also present “Legal Boot Camp: Electronic Privacy Law for Internet Start-Ups” at next year’s SXSW. She spearheaded the ACLU of Northern California’s online privacy campaign, www.demandyourdotrights.org.

    To schedule an interview with Nicole Ozer about smart business practices to avoid privacy lawsuits or any other facet of electronic privacy law, contact Dotty Griffith at (512) 478-7300 x 106 or (512) 923-1909 or dgriffith@aclutx.org.

    This Thursday, November 18: How Internet Startups Can Avoid Privacy Lawsuits

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