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Our reliance on digital technologies has never been greater. At the same time, the relationships we have with digital products and services are increasingly complex and multi-dimensional while our legal protections lag behind and put us at risk. Find out what policymakers should do in order to address these vulnerabilities and help us rebuild respectful digital relationships.
Founder & CEO, HACKYLAWYER
Elizabeth M. Renieris is the Founding Director of the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab, the applied research and development arm of the University of Notre Dame’s Technology Ethics Center. She is also a Technology and Human Rights Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, a Practitioner Fellow at Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab, and an Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Elizabeth’s work is focused on cross-border data governance frameworks, as well as the ethical challenges and human rights implications of digital identity, blockchain, and other emerging technologies. As the Founder & CEO of HACKYLAWYER, a consultancy focused on law and policy engineering, Elizabeth has advised the World Bank, the U.K. Parliament, the European Commission, and a variety of international organizations and NGOs on these subjects.
What do healthy digital relationships look like? In the first in a series of webinars on Consumer Views on Respectful Technology, Noreen Whysel will present findings from interviews with digital technology consumers. View Webinar
We asked real people how they manage their relationships with apps, websites, browsers, and iOT devices. What types of behaviors do they put up with? What are the deal-breakers? The must-haves? And, what do people do when digital relationships go wrong?
Product Integrity Testing, Me2B Alliance
Noreen Whysel is a NYC-based researcher, advisor and teacher with 30 years research and design experience. She is COO of Decision Fish, a decision consulting firm, and teaches UX and UI Design at CUNY’s New York City College of Technology. She is a well-known mentor in the international UX and cyber-security communities. At the Me2B Alliance, Noreen leads product integrity testing and is developing a framework for identifying and remedying dark patterns and other user experience problems.
The internet has changed everything about relationships between customers and businesses. Read More
What’s really happening when we cut a deal online? What does a fair deal look like from the customer’s perspective? Is there such a thing as a loyal customer any more?
Lisa LeVasseur peels back the layers that will determine the future of online business, in this easy-to-grok IIW presentation.
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Toward a More Ethical Digital World: How to Think and Talk about Life in the Digital World
Presentation by Lisa LeVasseur
Me2B Alliance Board President and Co-chair Certification WG
An MBA technologist with a background in Computer Science and Philosophy, Lisa began strategic work in cellular telecom industry standards in the late ‘90s while at Motorola. Since then, she has participated in 3GPP, 3GPP2, MEIF, WAP Forum, IETF, W3C, IEEE and Kantara Initiative.
Join us to learn the essentials about the Me2B paradigm shift which will shape tomorrow’s technology marketplace. View Webinar
Me2B is more than an acronym; it’s shorthand for an entirely new ethos for the shape of technology. This webinar explores the history of the term, “Me2B”, and describes a more symmetrical relationship between people and technology.
Executive Director, Me2B Alliance
A software professional for over three decades, Lisa spent her formative career years at Motorola developing software for mobile phone infrastructure. While there, she developed a passion for product management with a particular emphasis on industry standards strategy and participation. Lisa currently leads research and technology initiatives at Wrethinking, the Foundation, where her focus is on respectful technology and setting industry standards that put the individual in control of their digital life.
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