Symposium

-Fall 2011 Symposium-

On Thursday, September 22, 2011, the Thomas M. Cooley Law School hosted its Symposium:

Who's Mining Your Business: Privacy Infringement and Profits

The symposium will focus on data mining, the practice of collecting and selling data. That data is later analyzed, interpreted, and sold. The symposium will provide an opportunity to discuss how data mining can potentially infringe on an Internet user's privacy and what the legal response to such infringement should be. Our panel of experts will take an informative and in-depth look at two issues:

Issue I: Data Mining and Brokering: How It's Happening and Why?

Issue II: What Can or Should be Done to Protect Your Information?

*Organized and planned by: Dayana Echeverry and Monique Howery