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    April 8, 2017: “Story in the Public Square”

    As long as there has been live theater, artists have grappled with the public issues of their day. From the ancient Greeks to today, theater has had the power to provoke, inspire, and challenge authorities and orthodoxies. This week, playwright-director Kevin Doyle and actor Sauda Jackson help us explore the power of theater. Kevin Doyle is the artistic director of the New York City-based international theater company, Sponsored by Nobody. … Read More

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    Picks of the Week: What the new EU-US Privacy Shield means for your company

    Europe Approves New Trans-Atlantic Data Transfer Deal | The New York Times EU-US Privacy Shield now officially adopted but criticisms linger | Tech Crunch EU-US Privacy Shield Agreement Goes into Effect | The Verge The recently-approved EU-US Privacy Shield—a new agreement for the legal transfer of personal data from the EU to the US—replaces the prior Safe Harbor agreement, which was invalidated by the Court of Justice of the EU … Read More

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    Picks of the Week: ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Continues to Divide the World

    Google Takes Right to Be Forgotten Battle to France’s Highest Court | The Guardian Google Appeals French ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Order | The Wall Street Journal Ne Privons Pas Les Internautes Français d’Informations Légales | Le Monde The Internet has a long memory. But what if the pictures, data, and personal information that can be found about you online appear unfair, one-sided, or just plain wrong? The so-called “right to be forgotten” has sparked one … Read More