IP Fall Institute: Biometrics and Sports: Tackling Issues of IP and Data Privacy Rights [CC]

    IP Fall Institute: Biometrics and Sports: Tackling Issues of IP and Data Privacy Rights [CC]
    CLE 60 min

    IP Fall Institute: Biometrics and Sports: Tackling Issues of IP and Data Privacy Rights [CC]

    This program will feature a discussion of hot topics related to the use of biometric data in the sports industry and its impact on intellectual property and privacy.

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      12/31/2022

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      09/30/2022

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      12/19/2020

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      10/01/2022

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      12/31/2020

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      09/26/2022

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    Biometric data is being used in ways never before imagined. Exciting advances are being made with smart devices, wearable technology, and biometric data tracking – and nowhere is this more evident than in the area of sports and entertainment. However, the advent of these new technologies raises new legal and ethical challenges. This panel will feature a lively discussion of the issues surrounding the use of biometric data in the sports industry, including whether (and how) players may control and monetize their biometric data, and how biometric data may be integrated with virtual or augmented reality technology. Join us for an in-depth look at the ethical and legal issues surrounding this emerging technology, as our panelists consider real-world solutions for organizations and individuals looking for ways to optimize the use of biometric data while respecting and protecting it.

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Marina A Lewis

    Panelists

    Kristy Gale

    Sponsors

    Section of Intellectual Property Law

    Product Code

    PT2010IPFW14OLC

    Duration

    60

    Publication Date

    10/1/2020 12:00:00 AM

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