Consumer Data Tracking: Social Equity Implications
Melbourne Law School
185 Pelham Street
Report launch, panel discussion, and networking event
Researchers at The University of Melbourne, in collaboration with the Consumer Policy Research Centre have produced a report on the technology behind consumer data tracking. We invite you to a session which will highlight the findings in the report as well as a panel discussion of the social equity implications of the findings.
The event will be co-hosted by the School of Computing and Information Systems, the Digital Citizens Research Network, the Melbourne Social Equity Institute and the Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC).
- 1.00pm: Arrivals and Networking Lunch
- 1.45pm: Welcome from A/Prof Shanton Chang
- 1.50pm: CPRC opening
- 2.00pm: Report Presentation from Dr Dana McKay
- 2.10pm: Panel Response
Featuring Dr Suelette Dreyfus (Chair), A/Prof Vanessa Teague and Dr Elham Naghi Zadeh Kakhki
- 2.45pm: Informal Networking