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  1. The Cloud as Skynet: Conquering Digital Overload to

    Solo on Friday 9th March

    Everybody talks about the “cloud” as if it is a digital savior. A beautiful white fluffy (free) cloud on a blue-sky day. Sounds nice, huh? But what if it’s a ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Ballroom EF (map)

  2. Can Privacy Bootcamp Firm Up Your Bottom Line? to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    From Apple to Zynga, privacy and security have dominated the headlines this year. Legislators, regulators, investors, the press, and the public are all tuning into these issues. Get the inside ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Salon FG (map)

  3. Nicole Ozer Book Signing to

    on Saturday 10th March

    Nicole Ozer signs her book ‘Privacy & Free Speech: It’s Good for Business’ at the SXSW book store. ‘Privacy & Free Speech’ analyzes what companies have done right – and ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Ballroom G Foyer (map)

  4. Securing Your Data in a Target-Rich Environment to

    Solo on Saturday 10th March

    Each year, thousands of technophiles descend upon Austin, bringing Internet-connected laptops, phones and tablets with them, and most of them think very little about keeping their personal communications secure. Open ...

    At Driskill Hotel, Citadel (map)

  5. Fighting for Your Users Without Becoming a Target to

    Panel on Saturday 10th March

    The Internet is a fantastic resource for sharing and storing ideas, information, and creative works. But users -- individuals and companies -- can't take advantage of that bounty without help ...

    At Omni Downtown, Capital Ballroom (map)

  6. We the People: Creating a Consumer's Bill of Rights to

    Core Conversation on Sunday 11th March

    Who will determine the future of your privacy and digital life? Will it be Apple, Google, Al Franken, or you?Everyone's talking about all of the data people are creating and ...

    At InterContinental Stephen F. Austin, Assembly Room (map)

  7. How to Build Privacy By Design into Web and Mobile to

    Future15 on Sunday 11th March

    Building great online and mobile products is hard enough with a small team and limited resources, so why add to the difficulty by embracing “privacy by design” principles? With so ...

    At Hyatt Regency Austin, Texas Ballroom 4-7 (map)

  8. How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    Facebook helped foment an uprising. Twitter kept the world rapt as revolution unfolded. But for all of their benefits, the use of social networks often puts activists--in Egypt, Syria, China, ...

    At AT&T Conference Center, Salon D (map)

  9. Right to Be Forgotten: Forgiveness or Censorship? to

    Core Conversation on Sunday 11th March

    The digital age has eternalized information that was once fleeting, and the Right to be Forgotten has gained traction in the EU. A controversial aspect of these rights is that ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Room 8A, 3rd floor (map)

  10. Data Is the New Oil: Wealth and Wars on the Web to

    Core Conversation on Sunday 11th March

    Oil has an unnerving ability to blow up the economy, cause wars and disrupt ecosystems. It’s a paramount resource and industry creator, spurring trillion dollar economies mining, refining and managing ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 616AB (map)

  11. F**k Privacy: Neuromarketing Is the Web's Future to

    Core Conversation on Sunday 11th March

    Consumers are uninformed, and consequently paranoid, about data collection and privacy standards. They presume marketers are peering into their personal lives and equate web analysts to identity thieves. What they ...

    At InterContinental Stephen F. Austin, Assembly Room (map)

  12. Big Data: Privacy Threat or Business Model? to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    Technological innovation has dramatically increased the types andvolume of personal information created and captured. Social networks,mobile devices, thermostats, cars, even kitchen appliances collect andaggregate data from and about users. Personal ...

    At Omni Downtown, Longhorn (map)

  13. On the Internet, Everyone Knows You're a Dog to

    Panel on Sunday 11th March

    As former Representative Anthony Weiner discovered the hard way, remaining anonymous in this hyper-social world is becoming nearlyimpossible. But what sucks for Anthony Wiener has been great for conversations on ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol A-D, 3rd floor (map)

  14. Personal Identity Management: Why It Matters to

    Core Conversation on Sunday 11th March

    The marketing ecosystem as it stands is unsustainable. Consumers don’t trust marketers to respect their privacy, and unfortunately, marketers have done a poor job explaining how data is collected, managed ...

    At InterContinental Stephen F. Austin, Assembly Room (map)

  15. Security and Privacy in Social Networks to

    Core Conversation on Sunday 11th March

    This panel will explore the interplay between user privacy, social networking sites, law enforcement, and the teams of people that are tasked with both enforcing and protecting the users of ...

    At Omni Downtown, Lone Star (map)

  16. How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    A discussion about how technologies that are often built in the west are being used around the world in extremely dangerous situations. Often there isn't an idea of how to ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Room 9ABC, 3rd floor (map)

  17. Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Smart policies and practices for managing data and protecting your users’ personal information are good for business. It doesn't have to be a zero-sum game where you sacrifice privacy for ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Ballroom BC (map)

  18. Recognize This! Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging to

    Dual on Monday 12th March

    With the ready availability of social media, digital databases of ID photos, high-resolution cameras and free, powerful face recognition software that can run on smartphones, we are entering into an ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Salon J, 6th floor (map)

  19. HOW: Why HOW We Do Anything Means Everything to

    Book Reading on Monday 12th March

    In today's interconnected and even morally interdependent world, we rise and fall together. The way to forge a better, more sustainable path of growth and progress lies in the realm ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Ballroom G, 4th floor (map)

  20. Sharing Privately in the Context of Health to

    Future15 on Monday 12th March

    Social sharing about all topics is now commonplace, and the trend of increasingly open sharing about historically “private” aspects of our lives reflect changing standards about what’s appropriately public information. ...

    At Hyatt Regency Austin, Texas Ballroom 4-7 (map)

  21. Data Breaches: Taking the Bull by the Horns to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    Over the past year, 90% of businesses have been hit by at least one IT security breach. What does this mean? Businesses should consider breaches a statistical certainty and be ...

    At InterContinental Stephen F. Austin, Capital Ballroom B (map)

  22. Location Tracking: Threatening or Value-added? to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    The ability of consumer electronics to sense location has no doubt opened the doors to a new dimension of mobile services that include navigation, local search, contextual social connectivity, and ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Salon J, 6th floor (map)

  23. Sex, Lies and Cookies: Web Privacy EXPOSED! to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    During "Sex, Lies, and Cookies: Web Privacy EXPOSED!", panelists look into the world of data collection and privacy on the internet, asking tough questions about what “tracking” really entails. The ...

    At AT&T Conference Center, Salon B (map)

  24. Can Washington Make Your App Illegal? to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    So you've worked for months writing code, assembling creative, and testing out your app until it it's finally ready for mass consumption. The App Store has approved it and you ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Salon K, 6th floor (map)

  25. Sex, Dating and Privacy Online Post-Weinergate to

    Panel on Monday 12th March

    We’re living in an age when even powerful politicians can’t keep track of their digital dating trail. Employers and exes are likely reading your words. How can you write about ...

    At Omni Downtown, Longhorn (map)

  26. How the Wallet Was Won: The End of Paper Receipts to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    Our wallets are one of the last remaining bastions of a pre-digital lifestyle, relics of an era of payment that has since come and gone. Coupons are now Groupons, rewards ...

    At Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown, Rio Grande (map)

  27. Social Media Boundaries: Personal/Personnel Policy to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    As our networks expand, our profiles get more public, and our work requires a human face, where do we draw the line between personal and professional identities online? How do ...

    At AT&T Conference Center, Salon A (map)

  28. Social Shopping: The Zeros & Ones Changing Fashion to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    With the developments in social shopping such as real time social shopping sites, Facebook shopping, and location-based check-ins, recommendations, and deals, the fashion industry is catering to the customer like ...

    At Driskill Hotel, Driskill Ballroom, Mezzanine (map)

  29. Mobile Privacy: Developer Kits & Tips to

    Panel on Tuesday 13th March

    There are tools and tutorials out there to teach developers all sorts of things about mobile apps, taking them from "Hello World!" to sophisticated products ready for the big time. ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Ballroom A, 1st floor (map)

  30. The Automobile As Network Node to

    on Tuesday 13th March

    This is a Continuing Legal Education panel: Automobiles are increasingly connected to computer networks and are used to collect, use and share vehicle-related information. They also provide a delivery mechanism ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Room 9ABC, 3rd floor (map)