|January 14, 2020||4:00 - 5:30 P.M. ET||Virtual Event|
This interactive discussion will focus on the recent threats to American democracy as well as the role that data privacy plays in a world increasingly plagued by disinformation.
Attendees will have the chance to learn from Brittany’s extensive work in data rights advocacy.
To submit a question for Brittany, click here.
01 How to balance the risks and opportunities that come with the digitization of the economy
02 The connection between disinformation and geopolitics
03 How companies and individuals can protect themselves from data misuse
Brittany Kaiser is a data rights activist and the founder of the #OwnYourData campaign. She is a co-founder of the Digital Asset Trade Association (DATA), a nonprofit lobbying firm advancing legislative reform to protect the rights of individuals to control their own digital assets. She currently works with the states of New York and California on privacy and blockchain legislation. To raise awareness of data rights, she recently co-founded the Own Your Data Foundation, to train others in digital literacy. Brittany is the primary subject of the Netflix Original documentary The Great Hack, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and recently nominated for a BAFTA and shortlisted for an Oscar. Brittany is also the author of “Targeted”, published by Harper Collins in 15 countries.
Co-Founder and Chairperson, Collective[i]
Heidi Messer currently serves as Co-Founder and Chairperson of Collective[i]™. Collective[i] (short for Collective Intelligence) hosts a network and AI/ML powered application that helps companies predict, manage, and grow revenue. Prior to Collective[i], Ms. Messer co-founded and served as President of LinkShare, host to one of the world’s largest online affiliate networks until its sale to Rakuten for USD $425m. She received her B.A. from Brown University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School.