This CLE is jointly sponsored by the MSBA Computer and Technology Law Section and the MSBA Children and the Law Section. The panelists will focus on how children's online data and privacy are affected by advertising tracking, mobile apps, the Internet of Things, eavesdropping toys, and other emerging technologies. They will also explain the application of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which imposes privacy protection requirements on websites and online services directed to children under age 13 and gives enforcement authority to the FTC and states' attorneys general. Schools' educational technologies collect students' data and raise issues of privacy rights under both COPPA and FERPA (the Buckley Amendment).
The Computer and Technology Section Council will meet at 11:30 a.m., followed by lunch and the CLE at noon.
Computer and Technology Law Section
Children and the Law Section
Jamie Nafziger, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Kate Nilan Uding, Gray Plant Mooty
1.0 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event Code: 236817
Cost (includes lunch):
Section Member: FREE
MSBA Member but not member of the Computer and Technology Law Section or Children and the Law Section: $15
Non-MSBA Member: $35
Law Student: FREE
Deadline to Register Online: April 9, 2017
Join the Computer and Technology Law Section or Children and the Law Section and attend the CLE for FREE!
MSBA Members who are not members of the Computer and Technology Law Section or Children and the Law Section can join the section and attend this CLE for FREE. Click here to add the section to your MSBA membership and then contact Tram Nguyen | 612-278-6316 to register for this meeting at no charge.
Participation by teleconference and webcast is available. Please indicate remote participation when registering. Instructions will be sent via email one day prior to the CLE.