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Tools of the Trade: Privacy in the Digital Age

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Meeting Description:
This 60-minute webinar aims to define basic privacy principles as well as how they apply to the world of nonprofit. Join Stanford researcher Tracy Ann Kosa who will cover a range of topics including:

  • What privacy actually means
  • What you can do to proactively improve your data handling online
  • Helpful tool that breaks down the complex rules and regulations of privacy doctrine as they specifically relate to your nonprofit.
Date: Thu, May 17, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Sima Thakkar
 Presenter Information
Tracy Ann Kosa
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Tracy Ann Kosa is a privacy researcher at Stanford University and adjunct faculty at the Seattle University Faculty of Law. Her current work proposes privacy patterns for enforcement and regulatory activity. Dr. Kosa has held a number of leadership roles in privacy at Microsoft and in government. She holds a doctorate in computer science (privacy), Masters degrees in ethics and public policy, and undergraduate work in economics and political science. You can follow her on Twitter at @tracyannkosa.