Brittan Heller is the guest of Tom Furness and the Virtual World Society on Thursday, April 8, 2021, in AltspaceVR on Hate, Privacy, & Online Extremism, an extremely topical conversation.
Brittan Heller is a pioneer and world-leader specializing in the intersection of law, technology and human rights. Her work examining issues like combating cyberharassment, cyberbullying, civil rights, and human rights in innovations like AI, VR/AR/XR, and gaming, promotes justice and fair treatment for all in the digital environment.
Her recent paper, “Reimagining Reality: Human Rights and Immersive Technology,” received a Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award in February 2021.
An attorney, she serves as counsel at Foley Hoag’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practice, advising on privacy, freedom of expression, content moderation, online harassment, disinformation, civic engagement, cyberhate and hate speech, and online extremism.
We are thrilled to have Brittan Heller join Tom Furness and the Virtual World Society Thursday in AltspaceVR. Bring your questions and join us for a very interesting conversation in AltspaceVR.
The Virtual World Society brings the world’s leaders, innovators, and inventors in immersive technologies to AltspaceVR once a month. Hosted by the Virtual World Society’s co-founder, Tom Furness, and the Educators in VR Team, these Fireside Chats are open discussions on the past, present, and future of the digital landscape.
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