Frank has spoken on law & technology issues before audiences including:
Attorneys: In this presentation, Looking at Black Box Society, I explain how personal data is being used, and misused, and what legal remedies are (and should be) available.
Physicians: This presentation focused on data acquisition and consent as cornerstones of a learning health care system.
Federal Regulators: At this presentation, I responded to comments on the issues raised by The Black Box Society, from officials at the CFPB and FTC. I have also presented on personal health records for HHS policymakers, and on cybersecurity at the VA.
Internet Governance Experts: This lively discussion of my book, The Black Box Society, occurred at Harvard's Berkman Center in 2015.
Law Schools: This event, Who Rules Big Data, featured a discussion of the business consequences of data control and concentration.
Universities: As the TIAA-Cref Lecturer at UNC-Charlotte, I spoke on the Business of Ranking and Rating, before an audience from the Colleges of Health Sciences, the Business School, the Computer Science department, and the broader university community.
The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA): This lecture and Q&A focused on the personal effects of data collection, analysis, and use.
For a complete list of my past presentations, please see my CV.