Today, almost everything we do online involves companies collecting personal information about us. Personal data is collected and regularly used for a number of reasons – like when you use social media accounts, when you shop online or redeem digital coupons at the store, or when you search the internet. Sometimes, information is collected about […]
In response to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) request for comment regarding data portability for financial products and services, the Future of Privacy Forum filed comprehensive comments and recommendations, urging the Bureau to craft balanced, informed privacy rules that protect individuals’ personal information while enhancing trust in the privacy and security of emerging data […]
Data Privacy Day is held annually on January 28, a day to internationally promote best practices surrounding consumer privacy and data protection. Join FPF in recognizing this significant day by sharing the importance of data privacy. There are many ways you can protect your personal data and control how it is shared and used. Our […]
The Black in Tech Happy Hour is dedicated to celebrating the extraordinary work that Black professionals have done in tech policy while creating an inclusive environment that uplifts the voices of marginalized and multi-marginalized people.
The Future of Privacy Forum’s 13th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award Recognizes Influential Privacy Research Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) — a global non-profit focused on data protection headquartered in Washington, D.C. — announced the winners of its 13th annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers (PPPM) Awards. The PPPM Awards recognize leading privacy […]
Regulators in the United States and around the globe are bringing enforcement actions and crafting rules intended to combat manipulative design practices online. These efforts are complex and address a range of consumer protection issues, including privacy and data protection risks. They raise thorny questions about how to distinguish between lawful designs that encourage individuals […]
FPF is excited to announce the 13th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers winners and in-person award ceremony! The award recognizes leading privacy scholarship that is relevant to policymakers in the U.S. Congress, at U.S. federal agencies, and international data protection authorities.
The Future of Privacy Forum seeks a part-time Graphic Design and/or Video Production Intern to support in U.S. and global communications efforts. This is a 10-hour-per-week, paid, fully-remote internship, with the option to work out of FPF’s DC office if the candidate is nearby, but it is not required. About Us The Future of Privacy […]