The entire FPF team is thrilled to congratulate Chris Wolf, FPF founder and Co-chair and cherished mentor, on winning the IAPP Vanguard Award. The following remarks were delivered today at IAPP by Brenda Leong, FPF Senior Counsel and Director of Operations. Welcome everyone and thank you for joining us this morning. I am honored to […]
Few topics in education have generated as much discussion as the potential for data and technology to transform teaching and learning. While the public discourse has been dominated by advocates and critics alike, we’ve learned little about how most parents of school-aged children view the risks and opportunities of using data and technology in the […]
StateScoop, a website covering the use of technology and data at the local, state, and federal levels, wrote of FPF’s survey on parents’ attitudes towards student data this past Monday. Read the full article at: http://statescoop.com/parents-data-security-concerns-challenge-school-systems/#sthash.ZrHXmXuf.dpuf
On September 17, Passcode published “The Case for Safeguarding Students’ Digital Privacy”, an opinion piece discussing the results of a recent FPF-sponsored survey on parents’ attitudes towards the collection and use of student data. Coauthored by FPF’s own Evan Selinger and Brenda Leong, the piece identifies the risks to students who maintain an active online […]
FPF will be presenting, “Moving the Needle on De-identification,” a new paper on de-identification at APC 2015 on October 25.