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April 30, 2009 | FPF Staff

Justice Scalia’s Remarks About Privacy

Justice Scalia’s remarks about privacy, which came in response to Jules’ call for privacy advances at the IAT Law Conference, have been causing some controversy! Check it out here at the blog of FPF advisory board member professor Dan Solove and at Above the Law.

The Blog

April 18, 2009 | FPF Staff

CTO and CIO set. Next please, a CPO!

We now have respected and savvy technologists in place in government as CTO and CIO. Jules will be speaking at RSA this week to CIOs and CSOs about the key relationship between them and their CPO, an issue that has become an increasing corporate focus. With the many federal privacy issues in play right now, […]

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April 17, 2009 | FPF Staff

European Commission and Privacy

The European Commission is organising a personal data use and protection conference to look at new challenges for privacy. Get details here: Justice and Home Affairs – Newsroom – Events.

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April 12, 2009 | FPF Staff

Who are the Fiercest Privacy Advocates?

Increasingly, leading advertisers and marketers who want to see digital marketing succeed are the leading advocates for responsible practices. See this from former Internet Advertising Bureau head Greg Stuart: “Fight to the death those who want to use/abuse the medium for short-term gain but long-term loss, even if a marketer. Attack any entity trying to […]

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April 8, 2009 | FPF Staff

FPF Welcomes New Sponsors

We are thrilled to formally welcome today several additional sponsors. AOL, eBay, Facebook, Intel, The Nielsen Company, Verizon and Yahoo have joined AT&T as supporters of the Future of Privacy Forum and will be working with us on an exciting research project. Stay tuned for more details to come very soon about this project, as […]

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March 17, 2009 | FPF Staff

White House Cookies: Proposed Practices For Government Agencies Seeking to Optimize Web sites while Ensuring Citizen Privacy

In January, the Future of Privacy Forum released a set of priorities for the new administration. Among the issues we raised was the need to update the old Office of Management and Budget policy which severely limits agencies from using permanent cookies to optimize Web sites. No “my.epa.gov” or “my.whitehouse.gov” unless you log in each time, no shopping carts […]

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March 13, 2009 | FPF Staff

The Path to Transparency

Saul Hansell of the NY Times does a good job describing Google’s new behavioral advertising features. I would add one more company, WPP’s Safecount, to the list of those showing user’s their profiles. Safecount is in the research/analytics business, not directly in behavioral ad business, which is probably why Saul didn’t include them. However, the […]