August 2010


Application Privacy

The Internet has recently seen an incredible proliferation in the number of internet-based applications, or “apps,” available to users. There is an app for nearly every conceivable purpose, including enhancing our productivity, keeping in touch with our friends, gathering information, and even just playing games. […]


Online Privacy

Almost every time we go online, using our computers or mobile devices, each of us produces data in some form. This data may contain only oblique information about who we are and what we are doing, but when enough of it is aggregated, facts about us which we believed were private has the potential to […]


FPF sponsors pii 2010 – privacy identity innovation

The Future of Privacy Forum is proud to be a sponsor of Tech Policy Central’s new pii2010 conference, which takes place August 17 – 19 in Seattle, WA. pii2010 (privacy identity innovation) will explore how emerging technologies and business models are impacting data creation, sharing and aggregation, and how to strike a balance between protecting sensitive information and […]