Speaking Engagement

What Makes Cities Smart?

2019 World Technology Law Conference

16 May 2019 11:30 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.

Rose Kennedy Ballroom Salon I - III (3 Floor), InterContinental Boston
510 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

The use of information, communication tools, technology, and other means to create “smart cities” in an effort to improve quality of life, operational efficiency, safety and security, and overall well-being of smart city populations is on the rise. Tools utilized in the development of smart cities have, or have the potential to, touch a vast array of the infrastructure components of a city including healthcare, administration, education, transportation, public safety and security, buildings, utilities, and beyond.

Partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Privacy & Data Security Group Julie O’Neill will speak on a dynamic panel focused on the issues faced by any urban community when designing and implementing smart city technology.



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