AR + VR: Privacy & Autonomy Considerations for Immersive Digital Worlds

FREE April 21 @ 2:00pm - 3:30pm (EDT)

Overview

In recognition of Future of Privacy Forum’s upcoming report: Augmented Reality + Virtual Reality: Privacy & Autonomy Considerations for Emerging, Immersive Digital Worlds, FPF invites you to a pre-recorded fireside chat in virtual reality followed by a live expert panel exploring key use cases, benefits, as well as privacy and ethical risks related to augmented reality and virtual reality.

Speakers

Jeremy Greenberg

Policy Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum

Jeremy Greenberg is a Policy Counsel with Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) where he works to promote responsible data use in emerging technology. Prior to that, Jeremy served as a Policy Fellow with FPF where he worked on issues around privacy legislation, artificial intelligence, and advertising technology. Before joining FPF, Jeremy was a Law Clerk in the Office of U.S. Senator Ed Markey where he focused on a number of telecom and privacy items. Jeremy holds a J.D. from Georgetown University School of Law and a B.S. in Cinema, Photography and Media Arts f

James Hairston

Director of Policy, Facebook Reality Labs

James Hairston is Facebook’s Director of AR/VR Policy. James was previously a Policy Advisor at the US Small Business Administration, served on President Obama’s Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force, and worked on the economic policy team at the Center for American Progress. James holds a JD from Stanford a

Joseph Jerome

Director, Platform Accountability and State Advocacy, Common Sense Media

Joseph Jerome serves as Director, Platform Accountability and State Advocacy at Common Sense Media, where he focuses on common sense legislative and policy solutions that support kids’ digital well-being. Joseph has worked at the intersection of law and technology, and has written about AR/VR, the privacy implications of big data, data portability policy, trust deficits in the online sharing economy, and emerging technologies in video games. Previously, he was part of the Privacy & Data Project at the Center for Democracy & Technology, an associate in the cybersecurity and privacy practice at WilmerHale, and counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum. He was a fellow with the Internet Law & Policy Foundry and has taught courses on cybersecurity and privacy compliance. Joseph has a J.D. from the New York University School of Law, where he was an International Law and Human Rights Student Fellow.

Ana Lang

Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Magic Leap

Jessica Outlaw

Behavioral Scientist, The Extended Mind

Jessica Outlaw is a behavioral scientist who focuses on virtual and augmented reality design research.

Here are links to some of her past work: Teachers Lens’ debiasing VR app, winner of Oculus Launch Pad in 2017, Why Women Don’t Like Social VR, using 3D tech for virtual conferencing, and on protecting VR user privacy.