• Lori Andrews at i3

    by  • January 22, 2016 • Faculty Workshops/ Conferences • 0 Comments

    Lori Andrews and Hoda Kotb

    Lori Andrews (right) and Hoda Kotb

    Last week, Professor Lori Andrews spoke in New York City at “i3 – Insight, Innovation, Impact – A Summit for Women.” Sponsored by the UJA-Federation, the Summit brought together female thought leaders to share their stories of impact and change. In a five-hour program kicked off by Hoda Kotb of The Today Show, Professor Andrews shared the spotlight with women who had excelled in their fields—including women in law, science, journalism, innovation, and philanthropy. Andrews spoke on the issue of “Civil Liberties and National Security.” She fielded questions on whether the government should have a key to unlock all encryption on the web, how data aggregators collect personal information about people and what they do with it, how businesses might use facial recognition software, and the extent to which European laws can be applied against US-based social media companies.

    Read more about the conference here.

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