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Immersive Tech Panel Series: Kids & Teens

FREE December 6, 2023 @ 11:00 am ET


This event is part of a series:   Immersive Tech Panel Series
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Please join the Future of Privacy Forum for the sixth 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 sixth virtual panel of the Immersive Tech Panel Series will focus on Kids & Teens and will be held on WednesdayDecember 6 from 11:00 AM ET to 12:00 PM ET.

While young people may be the generation most interested in immersive spaces, the concern for how kids and teens engage with technology is greater than ever. Companies must tread cautiously in designing immersive spaces for kids and teens and consider privacy, safety, and design. Learn about the key issues at the intersection of youth and immersive technology and hear from leaders in the space on considerations, best practices, and where the technology is headed.


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.

Bailey Sanchez

Senior Counsel, Youth & Education Privacy, FPF

Bailey Sanchez is Senior Counsel with the Future of Privacy Forum’s Youth & Education team. Bailey leads the team’s work analyzing legislative proposals that impact children and teens’ online privacy and safety. Bailey seeks to understand legislative and regulatory trends at the intersection of youth and technology and provide resources and expertise to stakeholders navigating the youth privacy landscape. Prior to joining FPF, Bailey was a legal extern at the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Bailey holds a J.D. from the University of New Hampshire School of Law and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Central Florida. While at UNH Law, she served as a research assistant to Professor Alexandra Roberts, a legal writing teaching assistant to Professors Jennifer Davis and Rachel Goldwasser, president of the Civic Engagement Society, and a student attorney in UNH Law’s Intellectual Property & Transaction Clinic.