Vote for ZwillGen to participate in South by Southwest!

Published On August 16, 2011 | By Lindsay North | General, Privacy
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Our own Marc Zwillinger and Elizabeth Banker have submitted a panel topic for South by Southwest 2012. The Interactive Festival better known as SXSW was created to showcase some of best new websites, digital projects, wireless applications, video games and startup ideas the Interactive community has to offer. The Interactive portion of the Festival will include 5 days of presentation to preview what is unfolding in the world of technology. As such, this conference is the perfect opportunity for Marc and Elizabeth to share their knowledge regarding how to navigate the “Privacy Minefield” that many innovators face.

While the rapid growth in technology is the main event in this conference, now more than ever the technology community is focused on how privacy and security legal issues could impact the innovative products and services they want to offer.  ZwillGen lawyers deal with these issues on daily basis including issues surrounding security breaches, privacy policies, EU Data Protection requirements, law enforcement access, and FTC investigations.  Marc and Elizabeth will draw on their experiences, as a prosecutor and outside counsel and an in-house attorney respectively, to share with SXSW interactive participants the hot button issues, trends, and best practices in these areas.

For the next few weeks the festival will allow the public to vote for panels they think should be included. If you plan on attending the festival and want to participate in ‘Navigating the Privacy Minefield’ or want to support Marc and Elizabeth click here to follow instructions to vote for their panel. There are a number of sponsors for the event, and the Interactive portion of the festival will take place from March 9th – 13th2012 in Austin, TX.

 

Cast Your Vote for Now for our SXSW Panel!

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