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Bulk CollectionSystematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data$

Fred H. Cate and James X. Dempsey

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780190685515

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190685515.001.0001

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(p.433) Part Four Appendices—Project Workshops: Participants (p.434)

(p.433) Part Four Appendices—Project Workshops: Participants (p.434)

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Fred H. Cate

James X. Dempsey

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Oxford University Press

(p.435) Systematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data Workshop

Washington, DC, April 3, 2012

Ellen Blackler

Disney

Ian Brown

Oxford Internet Institute

Beth Cate

Indiana University

Fred H. Cate

Indiana University

Peter Cullen

Microsoft

Jim Dempsey

Center for Democracy & Technology

David Frazee

3M

Lynn Goldstein

JP Morgan Chase

William King

IBM

John Kropf

Reed Elsevier

Ron Lee

Arnold & Porter

Toby Levin

US Department of Homeland Security (retired)

Mark MacCarthy

Software and Information Industry Association

Deirdre Mulligan

Univ. of California Berkeley School of Information

(p.436) Stephanie Pell

SKP Strategies, LLC

Audrey Plonk

Intel

Stuart Pratt

Consumer Data Industry Association

Mark Rasch

Cybersecurity and Privacy Consulting/CSC

Kathryn Ratte

Disney

Ira Rubinstein

New York University School of Law

Bryan Schilling

Microsoft

Anna Slomovic

Equifax

Peter Swire

Ohio State University

Scott Taylor

HP

Jeff Ubois

MacArthur Foundation

Hilary Wandall

Merck & Co., Inc.

(p.437) Systematic Government Access Workshop

London, June 3, 2013

Eric King

Privacy International

Christopher Kuner

Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati LLP

Cornelia Kutterer

Microsoft

Ronald Lee

Arnold & Porter

Rebecca MacKinnon

New America Foundation

Winston Maxwell

Hogan Lovells

Simon Milner

Facebook

Caroline Wilson Palow

Privacy International

Nicolette Phong

AT&T

Audrey Plonk

Intel/The Privacy Projects

Mary Pothos

Visa

Stuart K. Pratt

Consumer Data Industry AssociationIan Brown

Oxford Internet Institute

Emma Butler

LexisNexis

(p.438) Fred H. Cate

Indiana University

Stan Crosley

Indiana University

Peter Cullen

Microsoft

Stephen Deadman

Vodafone Group

Jim Dempsey

Center for Democracy & Technology

Emma Jelley

Google

Jens-Henrik Jeppesen

Center for Democracy & Technology

Nate Jones

Microsoft

John Kampfner

Council of King’s College, London

Stuart K. Pratt

Consumer Data Industry Association

Giorgio Resta

University of Bari

Patrick Robinson

Yahoo!

Jonathan Sage

IBM

Joris van Hoboken

University of Amsterdam

Cristina Vela

Telefonica

Ian Walden

University of London

Pat Walshe

GSM Association

(p.439) Systematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data

Brussels, November 12, 2013

Lotte Abildgaard

Telenor

Antoine Aubert

Google

François Bach

Orange

Allon Bar

Ranking Digital Rights

Irena Bednarich

Hewlett-Packard

Thomas Boue

BSA-The Software Alliance

Paul Breitbarth

College Bescherming Persoonsgegevens

Ian Brown

Oxford Internet Institute

Emma Butler

LexisNexis

Carlos Cortés Castillo

Center for Freedom of Expression (CELE)

University of Palermo

Katrina Destrée Cochran

Alcatel-Lucent

Richard Danbury

Ranking Digital Rights

Willem Debeuckelaere

Privacy Commission, Belgium

Hannah Draper

Open Society Foundation

(p.440) Philip Eder

Apple

Audrey Ferrazzini

RIM

Vera Franz

Open Society Foundation

Leslie Harris

Center for Democracy & Technology

Eric Heath

LinkedIn

Elonnai Hickok

Centre for Internet and Society

Sharon Hom

Human Rights in China

Jens-Henrik Jeppesen

Center for Democracy & Technology

John Jolliffe

Adobe

Jim Killock

Open Rights Group

Jacob Kohnstamm

College Bescherming Persoonsgegevens

Article 29 WG

Ron Lee

Arnold & Porter

Karim Lesina

AT&T

Christoph Luykx

Intel

Cornelia Kutterer

Microsoft

Raegan MacDonald

Access

Rebecca MacKinnon

New America Foundation

Erika Mann

Facebook

Ragnhild Mathiesen

Telenor Group

(p.441) Joe McNamee

European Digital Rights (EDRi)

Paul Moynan

Allegro

Paul Nemitz

European Commission, DG Justice

Greg Nojeim

Center for Democracy & Technology

Ebele Okobi

Yahoo!

Krys O’Meara

Vodafone Group

Sonja Gittens Ottley

Yahoo!

Tom Riege

Telenor

Corinna Schulze

IBM

Chris Sherwood

Allegro

Matthew Shears

Center for Democracy & Technology

Emery Simon

BSA—The Software Alliance

Fiona Taylor

Verizon

Dalia Topelson

Berkman Center for Internet and Society

Torild Uribarri

Telenor Norway

Cristina Vela

Telefónica

Mathias Vermeulen

European University Institute

James Waterworth

Computer & Communications Industry Association

Cynthia Wong

Human Rights Watch

(p.442) Enhancing Accountability in Government Access to Private-Sector Data

Montreal, May 9, 2014

Martin Abrams

Information Accountability Foundation

Sigrid Arzt

Former Commissioner to the Federal Institute of Public Information, Mexico

Kevin Bankston

Open Technology Institute

Karim Benyekhlef

Universite de Montreal

Fred H. Cate

Indiana University

Bret Cohen

Hogan Lovells

Jim Dempsey

Center for Democracy & Technology

José Alejandro Bermúdez Durana

Superintendent of Industry and Commerce, Colombia

Jacobo Esquenazi

Hewlett Packard

Adam Kardash

Osler

John Kropf

Information Accountability Foundation

John Lawford

Public Interest Advocacy Centre

Sophie Paluck-Bastien

Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

(p.443) Chris Prince

Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Jennifer Stoddart

Former Privacy Commissioner of Canada

David Sullivan

Global Network Initiative

Wesley Wark

University of Toronto

Karen Zacharia

Verizon

(p.444) Enhancing Accountability in Government Access to Private-Sector Data

London, May 30, 2014

Martin Abrams

Information Accountability Foundation

Joseph H. Alhadeff

Oracle Corporation

Julie Brill

US Federal Trade Commission

Fred H. Cate

Indiana University

Peter Cullen

Microsoft Corp.

Gary Davis

Apple

Stephen Deadman

Vodafone Group

John DeLong

US National Security Agency

Jim Dempsey

Center for Democracy & Technology

Michael Donohue

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Jacobo Esquenazi

Hewlett-Packard

Yoram Hacohen

Institute for National Security Studies

Natasha Jackson

GSM Association

(p.445) Jens-Henrik Jeppesen

Center for Democracy & Technology

Simon Milner

Facebook

Meagan Mirza

UK Information Commissioner’s Office

Kenneth R. Propp

US Mission to the European Union

Marie Shroff

Former New Zealand Privacy Commissioner

Jennifer Stoddart

Former Privacy Commissioner of Canada

JoAnn C. Stonier

MasterCard Worldwide

Fiona Taylor

Verizon

Nico van Eijk

Institute for Information Law

Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam

David C. Vladeck

Georgetown Law School

Patrick Walshe

GSM Association

(p.446) Systematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data Final Workshop

London, March 1–2, 2016

Martin Abrams

Information Accountability Foundation

Eduardo Bertoni

University of Palermo

James Boyd

Indiana University

Julie Brill

US Federal Trade Commission

Giovanni Buttarelli

European Data Protection Supervisor

Fred Cate

Indiana University

Stan Crosley

CLEAR Health Information

Peter Cullen

Information Governance Solutions

Gary Davis

Apple

Elizabeth Denham

Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia

Jim Dempsey

University of California, Berkeley

Michael Donohue

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Yoram Hacohen

ISOC-IL

(p.447) Alex Joel

US Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Gail Kent

Facebook

Eric King

Queen Mary University of London

Jacob Kohnstamm

Dutch Data Protection Authority

Cian Murphy

King’s College London

Ken Propp

BSA-The Software AllianceBecky Richards

US National Security Agency

Romain Robert

European Data Protection Supervisor

Elettra Ronchi

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Natasha Simonsen

King’s College London

Nico van Eijk

University of Amsterdam

Ian Walden

Queen Mary University of London

Nimra Zaheer

Consultative Committee of Convention 108

of the Council of Europe (p.448)