FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 17, 2018 Contact: Jeremy Greenberg, Georgetown Policy Fellow, [email protected] Nat Wood, [email protected], 410-507-7898 This Year’s Must-Read Privacy Papers: The Future of Privacy Forum Announces Recipients of Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award Washington, DC – Today, the Future of Privacy Forum announced the winners of the 9th Annual Privacy Papers for […]
FPF CEO Jules Polonetsky was interviewed on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal Friday. He discussed the need for federal privacy legislation, internet companies’ data collection practices and the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to stop deceptive practices, among other topics. Watch the appearance here.
On December 4th, FPF, Intel, and Duke in DC hosted “The HIPAA Privacy Rule 15 Years Later: What’s Next?” The event brought together stakeholders across the health data ecosystem to explore the current challenges related to the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule. Specifically, the discussion focused on solutions to mitigate restrictions to data sharing in clinical care and research due to administrative burdens, while at the same time maintain the privacy of protected health information (PHI).
The session that the Future of Privacy Forum organized for the IAPP Europe Congress in Brussels on November 28, Deciphering “legitimate interests”: actual enforcement cases and tested solutions, generated great interest among privacy professionals. We had a full house attending – more than 500 participants, according to the IAPP. The panel was based on a Report published earlier this year by the FPF and Nymity.
algoaware has released the first public version of the State of the Art Report, open for peer review. The report includes a comprehensive explanation of the key concepts of algorithmic decision-making, a summary of the academic debate and its most pressing issues, as well as an overview of the most recent and relevant initiatives and policy actions of the civil society as well as of national and international governing bodies.
Washington, DC – The Future of Privacy Forum and DataGuidance have released a new report, Comparing privacy laws: GDPR v. CCPA, which analyzes and contrasts the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). GDPR, which became effective in the EU on May 25, 2018, and the CCPA, scheduled to go into effect January 1, 2020, both aim to protect individuals’ personal data and apply to businesses that collect, use or share that data, online or off.
The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and DataGuidance have released a new Comparison Guide on the GDPR vs. CCPA, which provides an in-depth analysis on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The Guide highlights the degree of similarity of the GDPR and CCPA on the five key provisions, and a detailed analysis of the similarities and differences.
We look forward to working with Microsoft, others in industry, and policymakers to “create policies, processes, and tools” to make responsible use of Facial Recognition technology a reality.
Privacy leaders from 60 companies gathered at Cisco headquarters in San Jose, CA on November 12th for the inaugural Privacy War Games, a new training and preparedness program launched by FPF and The Providence Group. The war games split participants into five teams to practice strategic decision-making in a fast-paced environment that presented the […]