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A New Year’s Resolution For Your New Devices
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December 21, 2018 | editor

A New Year’s Resolution For Your New Devices

A New Year’s Resolution For Your New Devices Still thinking about your New Year’s resolutions? If so, the Future of Privacy Forum has a practical suggestion: Get to know the privacy implications of your new electronics. Early in the New Year, take a few moments to set up privacy features so you can be comfortable […]

New FPF Study Documents More Than 150 European Companies Participating in the EU-US Data Transfer Mechanism
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December 20, 2018 | Jeremy Greenberg

New FPF Study Documents More Than 150 European Companies Participating in the EU-US Data Transfer Mechanism

New FPF Study Documents More Than 150 European Companies Participating in the EU-US Data Transfer Mechanism EU Companies’ Participation Grew by One Third Over the Past Year By Jeremy Greenberg Yesterday, the European Commission published its second annual review of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, finding that “the U.S. continues to ensure an adequate level of […]

School Safety Report Neglects Privacy Concerns
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December 20, 2018 | Amelia Vance

School Safety Report Neglects Privacy Concerns

Yesterday, the Federal Commission on School Safety released a report detailing its conclusions, after holding a series of meetings and hearings in the wake of school shootings. Nearly every aspect of the Commission’s report focuses on sharing data and, thus, has privacy implications for students, teachers, and the public.

New Resource on FERPA’s Health and Safety Emergency
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December 20, 2018 | FPF Staff

New Resource on FERPA’s Health and Safety Emergency

The Future of Privacy Forum has released a new guide, Disclosing Student Information During School Emergencies: A Primer for Schools, which offers four best practices for information disclosure and answers five frequently asked questions about FERPA’s requirements for sharing information during health or safety emergencies. Read more about this guide in the Future of Privacy Forum’s […]