In an effort to increase the safety of the Internet for children, regulators across the globe are requiring Internet services to determine their users’ ages. But will these efforts actually improve online safety for children, and, if so, at what cost? Join us online on December 1st at noon for a one-hour panel discussion as three experts will share and unpack their diverse perspectives on the issues at stake.
- Eric Goldman, Associate Dean of Research, Professor of Law, and Co-Director, High Tech Law Institute
- Jennifer King, Privacy and Data Policy Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence
- Sara Krehbiel, Assistant Professor, Santa Clara University
- Moderator: Irina Raicu, Director, internet Ethics program, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics