2019 Constitution Day Deliberative Discussion
|Description:||Please join SUNY Empire State College for Constitution Day!
We are hosting a Deliberative Conversation on Tuesday, September 17 from 5:30-7:30pm at our Selden, Cheektowaga, Syracuse, Manhattan, Saratoga and Rochester locations. A light dinner will be served.
|More Info:||What Should Go On The Internet? Privacy, Freedom & Security Online: The same Internet that has given us new ways to socialize, learn, and engage in civic life has also given criminals new avenues to steal from us and scam us, often using information gleaned from public government documents now posted online. In addition, because no one is in charge, there is no single authority we can call to complain. When does our personal information become public? What data collection is acceptable? Should there be limits on what we can do online? It's time to find a way to balance our needs to safeguard privacy, preserve free speech, and ensure security for all our citizens, young and old. It's time to answer the question: What should go on the Internet? We will discuss three options: protect individual privacy, promote freedom of speech and commerce and secure us from online threats. Please respond using the link below by September 17.|
|Location:||Various ESC Locations
111 West Ave
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
|Contact Name:||Anita DeCianni-Brown|
|Contact Phone:||(518) 581-5392|
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER