Sovereignty: The Race to Regulate, Putting Consumers
First as Communication Technology Emerges
February 22, 2018
9:00 AM—12:00 PM
The George Washington University Law School’s Tasher Great Room
This year’s theme examines who would be better suited to regulate emerging technology and the related industries. For example, many states have recently passed laws regulating biometrics, driverless vehicles, and data breaches. Is Congress or the federal government better suited for this role? Conversely, should states and the federal government be left out so that the industry could develop its own standards?
Professor Eric Goldman of Santa Clara University School of Law, who is also the High Tech Law Institute Director, will keynote the symposium, and the Network Advertising Initiative will moderate the all-star panel.
Keynote: Professor Goldman, Santa Clara Law
Sovereignty: The Race to Regulate, Putting Consumers First as Communication Technology Emerges
Moderator: Grant Nelson – Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”)
- Travis LeBlanc – Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner
- Morgan Kennedy – Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, Office of the General Counsel
- Sean Davis – Policy Fellow, Public Knowledge
- Bakari Middleton – Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (Senator Booker)