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 enabling innovation. Hosted by CBS News technology analyst Larry Magid, the conference will bring together key stakeholders from the technology, legal, academic, nonprofit and government communities to talk about the latest developments and where innovation is heading.
Chris will be speaking at pii2010, along with more than 30 leading experts including:
- Kim Cameron – Chief Architect of Identity for Microsoft
- Marc Davis – Cofounder and CTO of Invention Arts
- Marie Alexander – CEO of Quova
- Michael Fertik – CEO of ReputationDefender
- Anne Toth – Chief Privacy Officer of Yahoo!
- Rick Klau – Product Manager for Google
- Berin Szoka – Director, Center for Internet Freedom at PFF
- Scott Meyer – CEO of Better Advertising
- Pete Kazanjy – Cofounder and CEO of Unvarnished
- Stephen Hood – Cofounder and CEO of BlockChalk
- Fran Maier – President of TRUSTe
- Denise Tayloe – CEO of Privo
- Drummond Reed – Executive Director of the Information Card Foundation and Open Identity Exchange
In addition, pii2010 will serve as the official launch pad for pii Labs, an open forum for learning about and collaborating on new projects that will take place on August 19 inside Seattle’s famous Space Needle building. Other special activities at the conference include a screening of the British documentary “Erasing David,” featuring the film’s director and namesake David Bond, and a startup “Pitch Slam” where eight promising entrepreneurs will deliver their best 5-minute pitch.