Posts by FPF Staff

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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 […]

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Award-Winning Paper: “Privacy Attitudes of Smart Speaker Users”

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, including those from students and academics. Among the papers to be honored at an event at the Hart Senate Office Building on February 6, 2020 is Privacy Attitudes of Smart Speaker […]

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Award-Winning Paper: “The Many Revolutions of Carpenter”

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 is The Many Revolutions of Carpenter by Paul Ohm of Georgetown University […]

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Future of Privacy Forum Releases Analysis of Washington Privacy Act

FPF CEO: “Most comprehensive state privacy legislation proposed to date” WASHINGTON, DC – January 13, 2020 – The Future of Privacy Forum today released an in-depth analysis of the Washington Privacy Act (Washington State Senate Bill 6281), as well as the following statement by Future of Privacy Forum CEO Jules Polonetsky about the bill: “The Washington […]

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Statement by Future of Privacy Forum CEO Jules Polonetsky on the Washington Privacy Act

WASHINGTON, DC – January 13, 2020 – Statement by Future of Privacy Forum CEO Jules Polonetsky regarding the introduction of the Washington Privacy Act (Washington State Senate Bill 6281): “The Washington Privacy Act is the most comprehensive state privacy legislation proposed to date. The bill addresses concerns raised last year and proposes strong consumer protections that […]

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Award-Winning Paper: “Privacy’s Constitutional Moment and the Limits of Data Protection”

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 is Privacy’s Constitutional Moment and the Limits of Data Protection by Woodrow […]

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Closer than Apart: Comparing Senate Commerce Committee Bills

Together with Senator Cantwell (D-WA)’s bill, the Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act, Senator Wicker’s Discussion Draft represents a significant movement toward bipartisan negotiations in the Senate. But how do the two bills, one from leading Democrats, and one from the Republican Chairman, compare to each other? We find them to be closer together on most issues than they are apart: a promising sign for bipartisan negotiation.