9:30 - 11:00 AM Panelists will discuss the issues the Court did not reach in its 2013 opinion.
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
2:00 - 3:30 PM
The award recognizes Prof. Allen’s “immeasurable contributions to the field” of privacy law, said Dean Ruger.
In a prominent Indian law journal, Apratim Vidyarthi L’22 argues that the Trump Administration’s proposed blanket TikTok ban would cause immense harm
Vidyarthi’s paper, co-authored by Rachel Hulvey, a PhD candidate at Penn, was recently published in the Indian Journal of Law and Technology.
In upcoming Race and Regulation Series lecture, Prof. Anita Allen will explore the intersection of racial justice and privacy law
Prof. Allen’s lecture will be the first of five Race and Regulation lectures to be held throughout the spring.
Prof. Allison Hoffman cautions people not to give out sensitive information as regulators scramble to address pop-up COVID-19 testing sites: NBC
Prof. Allison Hoffman unpacks the extent to which healthcare companies incorporate mined data into their business models: Healthy Women
Prof. Anita L. Allen explains why Facebook’s decision to shut down its facial-recognition system is good for privacy rights
Allen is an internationally renowned expert on privacy and data protection law and prolific scholar.