TORONTO—A new Facebook application for smartphone users has made it easier for Canadians to co-ordinate coffee breaks at their local Tim Hortons and broadcast their most recent visits to their favourite local haunts. As of Friday, Canadians can take advantage of Places, an application the social networking site released in the United States last month.
FPF co-chair Chris Wolf reports on the preview provided by the FTC’s Maneesha Mithal on the forthcoming FTC Privacy Report here.
To view “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” Journal, click here. Future of Privacy Forum Releases New Journal: “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” Journal Highlights Leading Privacy Writings for Hill and Agencies To Consider When Addressing Privacy Concerns WASHINGTON – Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) released a new journal entitled Privacy Papers for Policy […]
To view the leading “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” and papers of notable mention, click here. To View the PDF “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” journal, click here.
FPF hosted the announcement and discussion of its “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” journal at George Washington University Law School Wednesday, September 15 from 8:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. Featured discussion leaders included David Vladeck of the Federal Trade Commission, Brendon Lynch of Microsoft and Carol DiBattiste of LexisNexis. To view the “Privacy Papers for […]
For those of you who are unable to join us in person for the announcement of the leading “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers,” we have extended the following two options: To view the “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” event live, click here: http://www.law.gwu.edu/News/Videos/Pages/Privacy.aspx This event will be available for viewing on September 15 from 8 […]
32nd International Conferenc of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Jerusalem, Israel.
OECD Conference on Privacy “Privacy, Technlogy, and Global Data Flows” in Jerusalem, Israel
IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress in Paris, France November 29-30