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Posted in Technology

Invitation: London Tech Week 2019 – “Yeah, we gotta take the power back”

Back in 1992, long before Google and Facebook were founded, Rage against the Machine were raging against the state of the US education system.  Some 27 years later, we are seeing global regulators raging against the relentless growth of Big Tech.

Record fines are being levied in both Europe and the US for privacy and anti-trust violations. Is this consumer … Continue Reading

Posted in intellectual property, Policy & Regulation

Join Us: Hogan Lovells Innovation Lounge

April 16 from 5:30 – 8:30pm || Hogan Lovells, Washington, D.C.

On April 16, join us for a networking event highlighting cutting-edge technology. Joining us are four industry trailblazers discussing a range of innovative technologies, research, and ideas. The conversation will explore existing and forthcoming legal issues associated with our panelists pioneering work. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served … Continue Reading

Posted in Blockchain, patents Theodore J. MlynarHelen Track

Join us: Women in Blockchain event – San Francisco

Our San Francisco office is hosting a “Women in Blockchain” panel on Wednesday, April 10. Mary Beth Buchanan, General Counsel for Kraken Cryptocurrency Exchange, will kick off the event as the Keynote speaker.  An all-women panel, including speakers from Circle, BitFlyer, and Coinbase, will share their insights regarding developments and opportunities in crypto exchanges.

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Posted in Data Protection & Privacy

July 2016 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events

Please join us for our July 2016 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.

July 6
Territorial Reach of Data Protection Law
Eduardo Ustaran will chair a panel on “The Weltimmo case in the European Court on the territorial reach of DP law” at the Privacy Laws & Business International Conference.
Location: Cambridge, UK

 

July 7
Artificial Intelligence
Julie Brill
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