You are invited to a Family Online Safety Institute briefing on the impact of the Internet of Things on families, including important findings from FOSI's research project. The event, featuring Congressman Ted W. Lieu (CA- 33), will discuss the potential risks, harms and rewards that our increasingly connected homes, devices and children’s toys bring.
What responsibilities does industry have to better communicate how our data is stored, used and distributed? What roles do government and regulators have in overseeing this vast expansion of the Internet of Things into our homes? And how confident are parents in monitoring their children’s connected devices and toys?
Registration, Coffee and Doughnuts
Welcome - Congressman Ted W. Lieu (CA- 33)
Connected Families: Toys, Devices and the Connected Home Panel
- Jennifer Hanley, Family Online Safety Institute (moderator)
- Kristin Cohen, Federal Trade Commission
- Sven Gerjets, Mattel
- John Verdi, Future of Privacy Forum
This is a widely attended event, held in compliance with House and Senate Ethics rules, hosted by the Family Online Safety Institute