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Immersive Tech Panel Series: Education

FREE October 19, 2023 @ 11:00 am ET


This event is part of a series:   Immersive Tech Panel Series

Please join the Future of Privacy Forum for the fourth session of its Immersive Tech Panel Series, examining the new privacy risks and policy questions that arise when immersive technologies are integrated into domains like health, advertising, transportation, AI, and education. 

The fourth virtual panel of the Immersive Tech Panel Series will focus on Education, and will be held on ThursdayOctober 19 from 11:00 AM ET to 12:00 PM ET.

As back to school season gears up, more students than ever will be heading to higher education campuses offering immersive experiences. Schools and universities are leveraging virtual and augmented reality to facilitate teaching, learning and student engagement. Adoption of this technology brings new possibilities to the classroom environment, and also brings new considerations regarding student data collection and privacy practices. Please join us for a panel discussion to consider the relevant privacy laws, policies, and ethical considerations in the intersection of immersive technology and higher education.


Jameson Spivack

Senior Policy Analyst, Immersive Technologies, FPF

Jameson Spivack is Senior Policy Analyst, Immersive Technologies at the Future of Privacy Forum, where he leads FPF’s emerging work on VR, AR, and other related technologies. Previously, Jameson was an Associate with the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law, where he worked on research and policy advocacy related to algorithmic technologies like face recognition in the criminal legal system. Prior to this he worked in communications for an international development nonprofit. Jameson received his M.A. in the Communication, Culture & Technology program at Georgetown University, and his B.A. in Government & Politics from University of Maryland.

Jamie Gorosh

Senior Counsel, Youth & Education Privacy, FPF

Jamie Gorosh is Senior Counsel with the Youth and Education Privacy Team. Her work includes legal research and writing related to education technology and student privacy, as well as the ethical implications of data collection in government and civil society.

Prior to joining FPF, Jamie practiced education law at a law firm where she represented and advised school districts regarding their responsibilities to comply with student data privacy legislation. Before that, she was a legislative attorney at the Council of the District of Columbia in the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety.

Jamie earned her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School, and her B.A. in Public Policy at the University of Michigan, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.