Posts by FPF Staff

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FPF Offers New Resources on Privacy and Pandemics

Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) released a collection of  new publications and resources  to help governments, educators, researchers, companies, and other organizations navigate essential privacy questions regarding the response to the coronavirus pandemic. Global leaders responding to the coronavirus pandemic are increasingly relying on data from individuals and communities to analyze the virus’ […]

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EDPB Draft Guidelines on Connected Cars Focus on Data Protection by Design and Push for Consent

By Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna and Chelsey Colbert The European Data Protection Board recently published its draft Guidelines 1/2020 on processing personal data in the context of connected vehicles and mobility related applications, which are open for feedback until March 20. The EDPB writes that the main challenge for complying with European data protection and privacy laws […]

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The 10th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Event

The Future of Privacy Forum’s 10th annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers event was a hit! This year’s event featured a keynote speech by FTC Commissioner Christine S. Wilson and facilitated discussions between the winning authors – Ignacio Cofone, Neil Richards, Margot Kaminski, Gianclaudio Malgieri, Arunesh Mathur, and Paul Ohm – and policy and regulatory staff, […]

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A New U.S. Model for Privacy? Comparing the Washington Privacy Act to GDPR, CCPA, and More

By Stacey Gray, Pollyanna Sanderson, and Katelyn Ringrose Download a printable version of this report (pdf). As Congress continues to work toward drafting and passing a comprehensive national privacy law, state legislators are not slowing down. In Washington State, a new comprehensive privacy law is moving quickly: last week, the Washington Privacy Act (SSB 6281) […]

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Award-Winning Papers: “Antidiscriminatory Privacy” and “Algorithmic Impact Assessments under the GDPR”

For the tenth year, FPF’s annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers program is presenting to lawmakers and regulators award-winning research representing a diversity of perspectives. Among the papers to be honored at an event at the Hart Senate Office Building on February 6, 2020 are two papers broadly addressing the impact of algorithms on transparency and […]