7th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers: January 11, 2017 | Capitol Hill

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with Honorary Co-Hosts

Senator Edward J. Markey

and

Congressman Joe Barton and Congresswoman Diana DeGette
Co-Chairs of the Congressional Bi-Partisan Privacy Caucus

invite you to attend the 7th Annual

Privacy Papers for Policymakers

An annual event to explore the year’s leading privacy research and scholarship that has been judged most useful for policymakers in the United States Congress, in federal and state agencies, and around the world.

We look forward to an exciting program of thought leadership, including academic guest speakers and the authors of this year’s PPPM scholarship (announced & awarded in November), who will engage with policymakers in a discussion of academic ideas with practical real-world impact.

Featuring the official launch of the Privacy Research and Data Responsibility Research Coordination Network (RCN), an effort supported by the National Science Foundation to produce a community of academic researchers and industry practitioners to address research priorities in the National Privacy Research Strategy.

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5:30 Networking Reception

6:15 Academic Program

 

Keynote Address

Alessandro Acquisti / Assistant Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy H. John Heinz III College

Alessandro Acquisti, Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University

Policy Discussion 

Program

Conversation on the Role of Academia in Shaping Policy
with discussants
Jules Polonetsky, CEO, Future of Privacy Forum
Nick Feamster, Professor, Princeton University, and Acting Director Center for Information Technology
Nan Zhang, Program Director, National Science Foundation

Closing Remarks

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** New Location **

Room SDG-50 (Senate Auditorium)

Dirksen Senate Office Building

Public entrance is on the corner of First St and C Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

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Attire: Business

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Thank you for your interest in FPF’s 2017 Privacy Papers for Policymakers. Due to overwhelming interest in this event, we are currently at capacity.  If you would like to attend, please email Sarah at swilliamson@fpf.org.


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