Certified Information Privacy Professional U.S. Bootcamp (March 15, 2019)
On Friday, March 15, The Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology, along with the Institute for Privacy Protection, will be sponsoring a bootcamp to prepare individuals to take the Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) U.S. private sector certification exam. The bootcamp will cover all the subjects tested on the CIPP / U.S. exam and will include a copy of the IAPP's official textbook for the CIPP exam. To learn more about the CIPP Bootcamp, click here.
Privacy, Power, and Ethics (April 5-6, 2019)
On April 5-6, the Institute for Privacy Protection at Seton Hall Law will hold its spring conference, entitled Privacy, Power, and Ethics. The panel topics will include: Technology, Bias, and Ethics; Healthcare & Human Dignity; Education & Civil Society; and Accountable Corporate Personhood. CLE credits are available. To learn more about the Privacy, Power, and Ethics conference, click here.
School Outreach Program
The Institute for Privacy Protection has developed a school outreach program that will focus on raising awareness and good decision making related to personal privacy and social media. Our school outreach curriculum will focus on elementary and middle school children in New Jersey and Manhattan. The curriculum includes the following topics: Introduction to Privacy, Digital Footprint and Reputation, Ads and Content, and Balancing Time Online vs. Offline. We anticipate that our outreach program will reach over 200 elementary and middle school children by the summer of 2018 in New Jersey and New York.
To learn more about the school Outreach program, contact Najarian (Jari) Peters at [email protected]
The Institute for Privacy Protection is pleased to announce the opening of its selection process for the Annual Student Fellowship Program. The Institute is seeking to fill four student fellow positions. The Student Fellowship experience will include the following unique opportunities:
- Student fellows will receive training on the Institute’s Privacy Curriculum for older elementary and/or middle school students
- Student fellows will teach older elementary and/or middle school students about privacy protection through exploration of privacy topics including:
- Introduction to Privacy
- Digital Footprint and Reputation
- Ads and Content Choice
- Online vs. Online Balance
- Student fellows will be prominently featured on the new Institute for Privacy Protection website
- Student fellows will play an active role assisting in the Institute for Privacy Protection sponsored events; participation will include networking and career development opportunities
- Student Fellows will benefit from other opportunities as an integral part of the Institute for Privacy Protection throughout the academic year