Please join the Future of Privacy Forum for a reception celebrating the selected authors on Wednesday, November 7 from 4:00-6:30 pm at the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center, 901 K Street, 11th Floor, Washington DC, 20001 To RSVP for this event please e-mail [email protected] Click here to see Politico. Click here to read more about […]
On Tuesday, October 23, FPF’s Chris Wolf was one of the first plenary speakers at the 34th Annual Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Authorities in Punta Del Este, Uruguay. Here is the text of his remarks: Privacy and Technology in Balance Thank you for the opportunity to present on behalf of the Future of Privacy […]
Future of Privacy Forum is pleased to share the third annual “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers,” showcasing leading analytical thinking about current and emerging privacy issues.
The Future of Privacy Forum Announces Privacy Papers for Policy Makers 2012 WASHINGTON – The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) today released the 2012 Privacy Papers for Policy Makers, highlighting eight leading privacy writings that were voted by the FPF Advisory Board to be most useful for policy makers. The papers cover a wide array […]
Omer Tene, Senior Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum, sat down with TAP to discuss the privacy risks associated with big data.
Invitation to those of you in Chicago – please join us! Our friends at BrightTag with help from privacy expert Justine Gottshall are hosting an event for us. Washington Privacy Update Event When: Thursday, October 25th, 10:00am – 11:30 Please RSVP to [email protected] to sign up and we will send you location and details. (no […]
A new report shows that a largely unpublicized section of the EU draft Data Protection Regulation could have far reaching implications for both businesses and consumers. The draft Regulation gives consumers an unprecedented new economic and human right—the right to data portability (“RDP”). The basic idea of the RDP is that individuals would be able […]
During our Mobile App Ecosystem Webinar, presenter Nathan Good, Chief Scientist and Principal of Good Research, referred to a video that showcases users’ interaction and behavior with notice during installation in the online environment. When you watch the video, keep in mind that the video is in real-time (meaning it’s not sped up). The experiment […]
A large task in industry is to address possible privacy concerns at the start of new product development, while also enabling data to be used in innovative ways. Few people were concerned with the location information of their home WiFi routers until street map data began to be compiled. FPF and TRUSTe announced its privacy seal program with the intent to address such customer concerns:
Last week, a Middle Eastern group named Ababil hacked four major U.S. banks – Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo. Based off of this incident, we must figure out how to protect consumer energy information that is carried over the smart grid. The Future of Privacy Forum offers a way through its privacy seal program: