December 12, 2014

Preserving and Protecting Our Digital Afterlives: Upcoming Event to Reveal the Tension between Privacy & Fiduciary Law

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Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC (SKO) attorney Robby Packard is the featured speaker for KnowledgeNet, presented December 17 by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).  This presentation will describe some of the surprising ways that social media can affect estate administration and planning.  Packard will explain new ways to ensure legally appointed fiduciaries can access, delete, preserve, and pass along digital assets, fully honoring our final wishes.  

Mobile technology provider Interapt will host the 4:00 PM event at The Nucleus Innovation Park, 300 E Market St.

KnowledgeNet is part of SKO’s effort to increase awareness of privacy law and cybersecurity issues from all angles: legal, regulatory and business.  These informal gatherings provide a chance for IAPP members and other professionals to meet, discuss and gain knowledge about privacy issues, challenges and ideas.  SKO’s Privacy & Information Security Practice focuses on all issues of privacy law, including those related to the increasing importance of digital personal property.

The IAPP is the world’s largest and most comprehensive information privacy community and resource.  The not-for-profit has more than 14,000 members in 83 countries. SKO attorney Douglas Brent, CIPP/US, is the Louisville chair for KnowledgeNet events.

The event is open to members and non-members of IAPP and required reservations may be made online here

Refreshments provided by SKO.