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June 7, 2013

Big Names Debate Big Data

MENLO PARK, Calif., June 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — With issues of privacy and data security in the headlines, Concord Law School, the nation’s foremost online law school, presents, “Join the Debate: What’s the Right Balance of Public and Private in a World of Big Data and Internet Superpowers?” The panel will be moderated by NYU Professor Arthur Miller. Collaborating with a panel of legal and tech experts, Miller will present intellectual property and security scenarios for debate. The event is FREE and open to the public, and will take place June 8, 2013, from 10:30 to noon at The Quadrus Conference Center in Menlo Park. The debate will also be available online. Register at www.ConcordDebate.com.

    WHO:    Moderator Arthur Miller: New York University professor,
            former Harvard Law professor and long-standing Concord
            Law School curriculum contributor.

            Michael Poplack: Global vice president and associate
            general counsel, Oracle Corporation.

            Joseph H. Alhadeff: Vice president for global public
            policy and chief privacy officer, Oracle Corporation.

            Ian Ballon: Intellectual property attorney and partner,
            Greenberg Traurig and executive director of Stanford
            University Law School's Center of E-Commerce.

            Johannes Ernst: Technologist and entrepreneur, Cloudstore
            Technologies Corp and Infogrid.org.

            Matthew Miller: Managing director, Walden Venture Capital
            (specialized in early stage high tech start-ups).

            Francoise Gilbert: Managing director, IT Law Group and
            author of "Global Privacy and Security Law."

            Thomas P. Feledy: San Francisco police lieutenant working
            in Homeland Security and a Concord 2011 alumnus.

            Ann Geyer: Managing director, Tunitas Group (specialized
            in privacy and data-protection strategies).

            Mark Weinstein: Leading online privacy advocate and
            creator/founder of Sgrouples.com.

    WHEN:  10 a.m. on Saturday, June 8, 2013

           (Complimentary continental breakfast served at 9:30am)

    WHERE: The Quadrus Conference Center

            2400 Sand Hill Road

            Menlo Park, CA 94025

           (View at http://tinyurl.com/cs8klfn on Google Maps)

About Concord Law School
Concord Law School is the nation’s premier provider of online law degrees.

For more details on the debate, visit www.concorddebate.com,

SOURCE Concord Law School

Source: PR Newswire