Data Privacy Day
Data Privacy Day is an international effort to empower and educate people to protect their privacy and control their digital footprint. Data Privacy Day 2015 marked the 2nd year that events were held at Carnegie Mellon University
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill and Professor Lorrie Cranor at the Data Privacy Day Poster Session.
Privacy Engineering Student Cameron Boozarjomehri asks a question during the Data Privacy Day panel discussion.
Florian Schaub, Julie Brill, and Professor Norman Sadeh at the Data Privacy Day Poster Session.
- Data Privacy Day - "White House official addresses challenges facing the need for big data" Pittsburgh Post Gazette
- Watch a video of our keynote speaker, Nicole Wong here
- See more Data Privacy Day Events here
Nicole Wong, Deputy Chief Technology Officer of the White House speaks at Data Privacy Day
Professor Norman Sadeh and Nicole Wong
Nicole Wong and Assoc. Professor Lorrie Cranor
Adam Durity and other students attend the Data Privacy Day Clinic