Fordham Law’s Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP) organized a panel at the 2020 Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection (CPDP) conference in Brussels, Belgium. The discussion, titled “The Role of Active Privacy Management in a World Where the Consent Model Breaks Down,” was moderated by CLIP executive director Tom Norton ’16 and featured two alumni Antoine Bon ’15 and Cameron Russell ’13, former executive director of CLIP.
The panel covered key questions on use-based privacy:
● What is use-based privacy?
● How are regulators and businesses working to implement this model, and what obstacles does it face?
● What role do artificial intelligence-based technological tools have in use-based privacy; where can artificial intelligence have a positive impact, and what are its limits?
● What artificial intelligence is currently being developed that can assist in the implementation of use-based privacy models?