Location Data in the Context of Public Health, Research, and Law Enforcement
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine hosted the workshop ‘Location Data in the Context of Public Health, Research, and Law Enforcement: An Exploration of Governance Frameworks,’ examining the collection, interpretation, and use of data by government, academia, and industry.
Danielle Citron of UVA School of Law and Neil M. Richards of Washington University School of Law were panelists at the event. Information about the workshop, including the complete agenda, is available on the National Academies website.
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