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FPF at 10: A Conversation with FPF Fellows
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April 23, 2019 | editor

FPF at 10: A Conversation with FPF Fellows

Fellows are a crucial part of the Future of Privacy Forum’s work; they conduct research, organize events, give presentations, and write reports and best practices. As the inaugural Elise Berkower Memorial Fellow, Michelle Bae has focused on publishing the comprehensive guide on GDPR and CCPA, analyzing federal and state privacy bills and their impact, and […]

A Conversation with FPF’s Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna
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April 17, 2019 | editor

A Conversation with FPF’s Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna

In Europe, FPF helps regulators, policymakers, and staff at data protection authorities better understand the technologies at the forefront of data protection law. FPF works with the Brussels Privacy Hub of Vrije Universiteit Brussel to provide an annual program to support practical data protection scholarship. FPF also offers the Digital Data Flows Masterclass, a year-long educational […]

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April 3, 2019 | Mark MacCarthy

A Thoughtful Discussion of Privacy Issues Raised by AI and Machine Learning

Recently, the Future of Privacy Forum and the Brookings Institution held a discussion session bringing together Hill staff, industry representatives and civil society groups. The conversation was guided by Cam Kerry of Brookings and Brenda Leong and John Verdi from FPF. Topics included whether AI and machine learning issues should be covered in a comprehensive […]

Municipal Leaders Joining Network to Advance Civic Data Privacy
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March 28, 2019 | editor

Municipal Leaders Joining Network to Advance Civic Data Privacy

Connected technologies and always-on data flows are helping make today’s cities and communities more livable, productive, and equitable. At the same time, these technologies raise concerns about individual privacy, autonomy, freedom of choice, and institutional discrimination. How do we leverage the benefits of a data-rich society while giving members of our community the confidence of […]

Fairness, Ethics, & Privacy in Tech: A Discussion with Chanda Marlowe
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March 27, 2019 | editor

Fairness, Ethics, & Privacy in Tech: A Discussion with Chanda Marlowe

After beginning her career as a high school English teacher, Chanda Marlowe’s career change led her to become FPF’s inaugural Christopher Wolf Diversity Law Fellow. She’s an expert on location and advertising technology, algorithmic fairness, and how vulnerable populations can be uniquely affected by privacy issues. What led you to the Future of Privacy Forum? I […]