The recently passed US House of Representatives infrastructure bill has generated discussion about certain types of car technology such as those that monitor drivers for impairment as well as technology that assists in protecting pedestrians and cyclists. What are some of the technologies that are out there and what does it mean for the human […]
Organizations must lead with privacy and ethics when researching and implementing neurotechnology: FPF and IBM Live event and report release
A New FPF and IBM Report and Live Event Explores Questions About Transparency, Consent, Security, and Accuracy of Data The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and the IBM Policy Lab released recommendations for promoting privacy and mitigating risks associated with neurotechnology, specifically with brain-computer interface (BCI). The new report provides developers and policymakers with actionable […]
The future of international data transfers is multi-dimensional, exploring new territories around the world, featuring binding international agreements for effective enforcement cooperation and slowly entering the agenda of high level intergovernmental organizations. All this surfaced from notable keynotes delivered during the 43rd edition of the Global Privacy Assembly Conference, hosted remotely by Mexico’s data protection authority, INAI, on October 18 and 19.
Yesterday, the Future of Privacy Forum filed comments with the California Privacy Protection Agency on the initial rulemaking under the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). The CPRA, which comes into effect in 2023, provides protections for sensitive personal information, expands the California Consumer Privacy Act’s opt-out rights, and requires businesses to provide mechanisms for individuals […]
Join the Future of Privacy Forum and the IBM Policy Lab for a conversation about how new policy approaches can be used to mitigate the privacy risks of neurotechnology. Brain-computer interfaces are a promising emerging technology with the potential to transform healthcare, education, entertainment, and more. But as neurotechnology matures, policymakers, researchers, and other stakeholders […]
On October 27, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF)’s Asia-Pacific office and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) co-hosted an online event titled, “Trade Offs or Synergies? Data Privacy and Protection as an Engine of Data Driven Innovation” in the context of DigitalxADB. This edition was the third in ADB’s series of annual knowledge-sharing events for representatives of ADB’s […]