Let’s Talk Privacy & Technology Series

Curated by Santa Clara Law Tech & Law Fellow & Adjunct Professor, Lourdes M. Turrecha, the series will feature privacy experts, practitioners and innovators discussing the intersection of privacy and technology. The series will include discussions on privacy engineering, privacy enhancing technologies (PETs), data ownership, data ethics, privacy tech, cybersecurity and more.


The Battle to Control the Design of New Technologies with Woodrow Hartzog, Professor of Law and Computer Science, Northeastern University
7/27/2020, 10:45am – 11:45am

Webinar via Zoom

Let’s Talk Privacy & Technology host, Lourdes M. Turrecha, brings on Professor Woodrow Hartzog, author of Privacy’s Blueprint: The Battle to Control the Design of New Technologies, to talk about his book and his privacy takes on today’s new technologies.

From Lawyer to Privacy Tech Founder with Rama Veeraragoo, CEO, DocuVision
7/9/2020, 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Webinar via Zoom

In this episode of the Let’s Talk Privacy & Technology series, Lourdes M. Turrecha talks to DocuVision CEO, Rama Veeraragoo, about his journey from lawyer to privacy tech founder.

Navigating the Intersection of Privacy & Security Webinar
Date TBD

Webinar via Zoom

Join Let’s Talk Privacy & Technology host, Lourdes M. Turrecha, and episode guest, DataGrail CEO Daniel Barber, (link “DataGrail CEO Daniel Barber” to pic/bio) as they explore the intersections of privacy and security. They will talk about Daniel’s journey into the B2B privacy tech space, including his founding of DataGrail, and their partnership with one of the leading security companies.


Building a Privacy First Company with Richard Vibert, CEO, Metomic
6/10/2020, 10:30am – 11:30am

Webinar via Zoom

The Let’s Talk Privacy series kicks off with guest privacy tech founder and Metomic CEO, Richard Vibert, who is building a privacy-first company. We will cover Mr. Vibert’s journey into privacy tech; his inspiration for his privacy tech startup; and how they’re addressing compliance with GDPR and CCPA; and their predictions for the privacy tech landscape.