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Make Data Work
Oct 15–17, 2014 • New York, NY

Courtney Bowman
Privacy and Civil Liberties Engineer, Palantir Technologies

Courtney Bowman is one of Palantirʼs in-house Privacy and Civil Liberties specialists, with extensive experience working with local government (including law enforcement, criminal justice, health and social services) to develop technology-driven solutions to information sharing and inter-agency cooperation in a manner that respects applicable privacy, security, and data integrity requirements. Prior to Palantir, Courtney earned degrees in Physics and Philosophy at Stanford University and worked as a quantitative and economic analyst at Google.

Sessions

9:00am–12:30pm Wednesday, 10/15/2014
Business & Industry, Law, Ethics & Open Data, Security
Location: 1 C03/1 C04
Ari Gesher (Kairos Aerospace), John Grant (Palantir Technologies), Courtney Bowman (Palantir Technologies)
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Technologists focused on privacy and civil liberties will run through the material in their book. The workshop will cover how to think about privacy, privacy protection properties that a system can have and the architectures that implement them, related issues in information security, and privacy issues in data collection. Read more.