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FPF Charts the Role of Mobile Apps in Pandemic Response
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April 3, 2020 | Pollyanna Sanderson

FPF Charts the Role of Mobile Apps in Pandemic Response

Multiple apps and software development kits (SDK) have been deployed to help both private and public entities tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to better understand these technologies, the Future of Privacy Forum has created a comparison chart to contrast the objectives and methods of specific apps and SDKs. The chart compares relevant privacy and […]

Privacy and Pandemics: A Thoughtful Discussion
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March 27, 2020 | Katelyn Ringrose

Privacy and Pandemics: A Thoughtful Discussion

As the COVID-19 virus spreads, governments, researchers, and healthcare institutions are seeking to obtain and deploy consumer data to track the spread of the virus, deliver emergency supplies, target travel restrictions and quarantines, and develop vaccines and cures. But can data collected from phones, credit cards, and other sources be used in this emergency without […]

A Closer Look at Location Data: Privacy and Pandemics
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March 25, 2020 | Stacey Gray

A Closer Look at Location Data: Privacy and Pandemics

In this series, Privacy and Pandemics, the Future of Privacy Forum explores the challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis to existing ethical, privacy, and data protection frameworks, and will seek to provide information and guidance to companies and researchers interested in responsible data sharing to support public health response. Future posts will examine pandemic-tracking mobile […]

Navigating Privacy in a Data-Driven World
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March 19, 2020 | Marianne Varkiani

Navigating Privacy in a Data-Driven World

“What does it mean for people actually working with data, people monitoring data, people analyzing data, people selling data? What does it mean to actually be thinking about privacy as a human right?” Future of Privacy Forum CEO Jules Polonetsky posed these questions at the beginning of his keynote, Navigating Privacy in a Data-Driven World: […]