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Privacy Should Be a Basic Human Right; Data Protection Reform on a Global Scale
Adriana Sanford, Lincoln Professor of Global Corporate Compliance and Ethics and clinical associate professor at the W. P. Carey School of Business
Privacy is a basic human right in Europe. It is anticipated that the upcoming EU Data Protection Regulation will provide a basic framework for data privacy legislation to other regions and countries around the globe. Multinationals are in close collaboration and discussion with the EU regulatory committees in Brussels.
It is clear a global consistent approach has never been greater for multinational companies and technology businesses. Collaboration on both sides of the Atlantic will strengthen our individual rights and tackle many of the current challenges of cyber security.
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What happens to a dream deferred? Visions for an integrated renewable energy system in the Mediterranean region
Sharlissa Moore, Ph.D. Candidate, Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology, Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes, Arizona State University
This talk examines the social and political dynamics of multi-national energy systems and develops a multi-scalar framework for analyzing energy justice within them, drawing on the case study of the Desertec vision to build numerous solar power plants in the Sahara desert and export the power to Europe and North African responses to the idea of regional energy integration and local siting issues. This talk is part of a larger series, Energy and Society: Communities of Energy in Transition.
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