You can take an active role in your community with the League of Women Voters at this year’s Annual Meeting! We will feature an open discussion on Privacy in the Digital Age.
Please note that the venue has changed. We are now holding this meeting in the Community Room of the Mission Police Station at 630 Valencia Street.
In response to the recent media coverage of NSA surveillance, third-party use of Customer Proprietary Network Information and Google’s targeted marketing campaigns, our members have expressed interest in an open discussion of privacy issues. We ask that you help us explore the question: Do we have a right to online privacy and if so, what does this mean?
We will discuss this year’s Program Planning meeting, approve next year’s budget, vote on bylaw changes, hear presentations from our committee chairs and elect Board Members for open seats. The Board will also hear directions from the membership.
Our distinguished panel speakers include: Marzia Zafar, Director of Policy & Planning Division with the California Public Utilities Commission, Brian Pascal, UC Hastings Privacy and Technology Project, Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Justin Raveche, Director of Analytics and Digital Marketing.
RSVP today by emailing or calling the League office at today by emailing or calling the League office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 989-8683.
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