Privacy, Law and Ethics in Augmented Reality

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How will augmented reality shape the legal and ethical norms of our society? Will AR represent the death of privacy, or its rebirth? Where are the looming flash points for legal confrontations in the augmented space?

Attorney Brian D. Wassom, whose groundbreaking book Augmented Reality Law, Privacy, and Ethics was recently published by Elsevier, surveys these topics in this 45 minute panel.

AWE 2015 featured over 200 companies leading the charge in augmented and virtual reality, wearable tech and the internet of things. Nearly 3,000 tech professionals engaged in over 20+ workshops, 170+ AWE-inspiring talks, 200+ interactive demos including a VR experience powered by UploadVR. AWE is about giving superpowers to the people and making them better at anything they do in work and life.

Dave Griesbach (Security Expert Google), Jerri Lynn Hogg (Professor, Fielding University), Dave Lorenzini (Founder, CEO, EFX).

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