Youth Privacy

Future of Privacy Forum & Common Sense Media: Talking to Kids About Privacy

FREE May 13 @ 12:00pm - 1:00pm (EDT)

Overview

The pandemic accelerated the transition to a digital life for kids. They learned how to navigate new programs for school, apps to keep in touch, and games to stay entertained. But their knowledge and understanding of online safety and privacy hasn’t kept pace.

Join us for a discussion with youth privacy experts from around the world as they share resources, strategies, and advice on how to talk to kids about digital privacy in an age-appropriate and effective manner.

This webinar will be of interest to educators and parents of kids of all ages.

Agenda

Program Agenda

Time

Item

Speakers

12:00 pm –
12:05 pm

Welcome & Introductions

Moderator:

  • Amelia Vance, Director, Youth and Education Privacy, FPF

12:05 pm –
12:45 pm

Panel Discussion

Panelists:

Anna Morgan, Head of Legal, Deputy Commissioner, Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) 

Daniel Solove, Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School; Founder, TeachPrivacy

Kelly Mendoza, Vice President, Education Programs, Common Sense

Rob Girling, Co-Founder, Artefact Group

Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Moderator:

  • Amelia Vance, Director, Youth and Education Privacy, FPF

12:45 pm –
1:00 am

Audience Q&A

Panelist:

Anna Morgan, Head of Legal, Deputy Commissioner, Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) 

Daniel Solove, Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School; Founder, TeachPrivacy

Kelly Mendoza, Vice President, Education Programs, Common Sense

Rob Girling, Co-Founder, Artefact Group

Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Moderator:

  • Amelia Vance, Director, Youth and Education Privacy, FPF

Speakers

Rob Girling

Co-Founder, Artefact Group

As co-founder of strategy and design firm Artefact, Rob Girling is responsible for setting the company’s strategy and mission: using the power of design to make change and do good.

Rob’s design career spans some of the leading agencies and design brands in the world, such as Apple, Microsoft, IDEO and Sony. Rob spent 10 years at Microsoft, obtaining several patents and making significant innovative contributions to Microsoft Office and Microsoft Games, eventually becoming Design Manager for the user interface, brand, and user experience of Windows XP. Rob obtained his Masters degree in Interaction Design from the Royal College of Art in London, graduating with distinction. 

Rob is a recognized thought leader who has shared his point of view on responsible design at conferences around the world, including SXSW, IxDA, World Forum for Democracy, DMI Design Leadership Conference, and more.

Sonia Livingstone

Professor of Social Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Sonia Livingstone DPhil (Oxon), FBA, FBPS, FAcSS, FRSA, OBE is a professor in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has published 20 books including “The Class: Living and Learning in the Digital Age.” She directs the projects “Children’s Data and Privacy Online,” “Global Kids Online” (with UNICEF) and “Parenting for a Digital Future”, and she is Deputy Director of the UKRI-funded “Nurture Network.” Since founding the 33 country_EU Kids Online network, Sonia has advised the UK government, European Commission, European Parliament, Council of Europe, OECD and UNICEF. See www.sonialivingstone.net.

Kelly Mendoza

Vice President, Education Programs, Common Sense

Dr. Kelly Mendoza leads the teams responsible for all of the education programs at Common Sense, including digital citizenship and ed tech ratings and reviews. She has experience developing research-based curricula in digital citizenship, media literacy, information literacy, and social-emotional learning (SEL).

Kelly knows what it takes to build education content and programs from the ground up, including defining learning competencies and content strategy for curriculum, developing learning management systems, professional development, implementation and outreach support, and managing a team of education program designers. Her goal is to create curricula and programs that help students think critically about the media they consume and create, and to help schools create a positive culture around media and technology.

She also has developed education resources and curricula for Classroom Champions, Resilient Educator, Lucas Learning, Media Education Lab, and PBS’s Frontline. Kelly has a Ph.D. in Media and Communication from Temple University.

Anna Morgan

Head of Legal, Deputy Commissioner, Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC)

Anna Morgan is the Head of Legal and a Deputy Commissioner in the Irish Data Protection Commission, having been appointed in 2016.

Anna obtained her law degree from Trinity College Dublin and subsequently qualified as a solicitor in 2006. Anna worked in private legal practice for 10 years following qualification, specialising in regulatory and commercial litigation, most recently in Arthur Cox. Prior to Arthur Cox, Anna worked for Philip Lee Solicitors where a large part of her work involved advising the then Data Protection Commissioner on enforcement issues, including acting as a solicitor-advocate in prosecutions taken in the District Court for breaches of the laws on electronic direct marketing.

In her current role, Anna was the lead rapporteur for the EDPB Guidelines on Transparency under the GDPR. Anna represents the Data Protection Commission at Plenary and subgroup meetings of the EDPB and is the Data Protection Commission’s representative for the Key Provisions and Administrative Fines subgroups.

In addition to her legal advisory role within the Data Protection Commission, Anna also oversees a large number of cross-border processing investigations into multinational companies. Separately, Anna also led the innovative public consultation run by the Data Protection Commission during 2019 on the processing of children’s data and the exercise of children’s rights as data subjects in the digital sphere which will culminate in the publication of detailed guidance on these issues during 2020.

Daniel Solove

Professor of Law & Founder, George Washington University Law School, TeachPrivacy

Daniel J. Solove is the John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School.  He is also the founder of TeachPrivacy, a company that provides privacy and data security training programs to businesses, law firms, healthcare institutions, schools, and other organizations. 

One of the world’s leading experts in privacy law, Solove is the author of 10+ books and textbooks and 50+ articles. His articles have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, Stanford Law Review, and Columbia Law Review, among others.  Professor Solove writes at LinkedIn as of its “thought leaders,” and he has more than 1 million followers.  He more routinely blogs at Privacy+Security Blog.

Amelia Vance

Director, Youth and Education Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum (FPF)

Amelia Vance is Director of Youth and Education Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum. Amelia advises policymakers, academics, companies, districts, and states on child and student privacy law and best practices; oversees the education privacy resource center website, Student Privacy Compass, and the review of applicants to the Student Privacy Pledge; and convenes stakeholders to ensure the responsible use of student data and education technology in schools. She is a regular speaker at education and privacy conferences in the U.S. and abroad, has testified before the House Education and Workforce Committee, and been invited to present for the U.S. Department of Education and the Federal Trade Commission. She is part of the New York State Education Department Data Privacy Advisory Council, the Maryland Student Data Privacy Council, and the OECD expert group currently reviewing the draft Recommendation on Children in the Digital Environment.

Her research interests include the unintended consequences of privacy legislation; how to communicate about privacy, data use, and data sharing in education; and how to build privacy guardrails around school safety measures and surveillance.

Prior to FPF, Amelia was the Director of the Education Data & Technology Project at the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). In that capacity, she provided technical assistance to over 30 states and wrote the reports “Policymaking on Education Data Privacy: Lessons Learned” and “School Surveillance: The Consequences for Equity and Privacy.”

Amelia is a member of the Virginia State Bar and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Amelia received her J.D. from William & Mary Law School and her bachelor’s degree from McDaniel College. Connect with her on Twitter @ameliaivance.