Is privacy truly dead? We’ve been brainwashed to believe that privacy is dead and that it is perfectly acceptable for the details of our lives to be discoverable online to anyone, allowing social companies to track our every move and aggregate data about us for marketers and others.
Yet the right to privacy is embedded as an inalienable right of all law-abiding citizens in democracies. How do we resolve this conflict? Is there hope for privacy? Is it alive or dead?
Join us in March when Mark Weinstein, named “Ambassador of Privacy by Design” by the government of Ontario, Canada (even though he is 100% American), leads us in a lively and interactive conversation exploring all these questions and sharing lessons he’s learned as founder and CEO of private social network Sgrouples.com.
- 7:00pm: We will start with a brief update and introduction to The Pachamama Alliance
- 7:30-9:00pm: Mark’s presentation
Come early! Our venue, Peña Pachamama – located in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco – is a South American restaurant. Delicious organic appetizers and entrees are available starting at 6:00pm (no host).
More About Mark Weinstein
Mark is a visionary pioneer of the social experience and leading privacy advocate. Mark wants to empower people to take control of their lives and build real, lasting connections, and founded Sgrouples with this goal in mind.
He continues to advance his cause through participation in a number of advocacy groups and thought leadership positions, including the Advisory Board of the Future of Privacy Forum and Steering Committee of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, a White House commission. Mark was recently named an Ambassador of Privacy by Design by the government of Ontario, Canada.