Future of Privacy Forum, Washington & Lee University School of Law, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals recently collaborated in a Call for Papers focused on the privacy impact of current and projected technological advancements, focusing on the transparency, sharing, and algorithmic implications of data collection and use – topics identified in the National Privacy Research Strategy.
The accepted papers from this call introduce new thinking by taking a closer look at how data flow maps can be leveraged to increase data processing transparency and privacy compliance in the enterprise, how the market has either created or failed to create privacy enhancing standards, and rethinks the traditional notice and consent model in the context of real time M2M communication. These papers have been published in the latest issue of the Washington & Lee Law Review, Online Roundtables. The winning papers are:
The authors of these papers will be sharing their work at a series co-hosted by the FPF Capital-Area Academic Network and IAPP’s Washington D.C. KnowledgeNet Chapter. The first of these series will be held on Tuesday, June 6th featuring Chetan Gupta, CIPP/US, UC Berkeley School of Law who will discuss conclusions from his research on how individuals can have an impact on the market’s adoption of privacy standards and security technologies for the tools we use every day. Following Mr. Gupta, we will be joined by Carrie A. Goldberg, Esq. for a question and answer session about her work focused on justice for individuals who are under attack. Carrie is the founder of C.A. Goldberg, PLLC, a law firm operating out of Brooklyn, New York, that focuses on internet privacy and abuse, domestic violence, and sexual consent.