Gibbs Law Group partner David Berger will be a dialogue leader on the topic of facial recognition technology bans on Thursday, April 15 at 9a PT, during The Sedona Conference’s 2021 Annual Meeting of Working Group 11 on Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG11), Wednesday-Thursday April 14, 15, 2021. David will co-lead the session, “What are the legal and policy bases and considerations for and against outright bans of facial recognition technology?” This discussion comes on the heels of Portland, Oregon’s recent enactment of the country’s first-ever statute banning nearly all public and private use of facial recognition technology.
Meeting attendance is open to Working Group Series Members. The Sedona Conference will seek CLE accreditation for different states.
The Sedona Conference’s
2021 Annual Meeting of Working Group 11 on Data Security and Privacy Liability
Wednesday-Thursday April 14-15, 2021 | 9a-1p PT daily
Session: “What are the legal and policy bases and considerations for and against outright bans of facial recognition technology?”
Thursday April 15 | 9-10:15a PT
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About The Sedona Conference’s Working Group 11: Data Security and Privacy Liability
The mission of WG11 is to identify and comment on trends in data security and privacy law, in an effort to help organizations prepare for and respond to data breaches, and to assist attorneys and judicial officers in resolving questions of legal liability and damages.
The Sedona Conference is a non-partisan research and educational institute, founded in 2002 to promote the advanced study of law and policy in a host of practice areas including antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights. It serves as an open think-tank meant to move the law forward by confronting some of the most difficult challenges faced by our legal system today.
About David Berger
David Berger represents consumers in class action lawsuits with a special emphasis on data breach, privacy, and financial services litigation. With broad technical and IT expertise, David is widely regarded as a leader in the emerging fields of data breach and privacy law. His substantive technical knowledge ranges from hacking techniques and cybersecurity controls to industry standard IT practices, information security frameworks, and auditing processes. This unique background positions him to understand and sift through the relevant technical aspects of a case, competently interface with corporate IT executives, and negotiate settlement agreements that incorporate meaningful changes to business practices, all of which are critically important to ensure consumers’ data is appropriately protected.