Posts by FPF Staff

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TARGUSinfo "Online Lead Quality Summit"

Chris is scheduled to participate on a panel at the TARGUSinfo “Online Lead Quality Summit” entitled, “2010 Privacy Debate: Who and What Will Drive Resolution?” September 24, 2009 2:25pm- 3:15pm Panelists: Alan Chapell, President, Chapell & Associates Chris Pirrone, General Counsel, Connexus Matt Wise, CEO, Q Interactive Mike Zaneis, VP of Public Policy, IAB

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California Healthcare Institute Meeting

Chris will deliver a luncheon address to the California Healthcare Institute on “Behavioral Adversiting, Disclosure, and the Life Sciences Sector” on September 22, 2009 from noon to 1:30pm in Newport, California.

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IAPP Privacy Academy

Chris will be moderating a panel at the IAPP Privacy Academy, “Into the Breach: Dealing with the Aftermath of a Data Breach” in Boston, MA. September 18, 2009 11:00am – 12:00pm

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FOSI:"Wednesdays with Winston"

“Brown Bag” lunchtime program where we will learn what’s happening with online safety at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and what these developments may mean for your business. Attendees will hear from a panel of industry experts on updates from COPPA, behavioral advertising and other issues affecting online safety and privacy followed by an interactive […]

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Gallery of Leading Practices

In order to encourage companies to further develop innovative means of communicating with their users about data use and behavioral advertising, The Future of Privacy Forum highlights the following companies for taking the lead in providing transparency and control to their customers. If you are aware of other companies that deserve a “cheer”, please let […]

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FPF's Reply Comments to the White House Cookie Policy

The Future of Privacy Forum is providing the below suggestions to offer a roadmap for enabling the use of analysis, site optimization and tracking technologies by government agencies. Personalizing site content for users who wish to have a setting remembered, enabling long term shopping carts and capturing analytics information over time to improving site usage […]

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Study on the Business Case for Proactive Privacy Protection Ongoing in UK

The UK Information Commissioners’ Office recently announced that it has commissioned a three-month research project to support the business case for investing in proactive privacy protection. The discussion document will be available here on August 14, 2009, and there will an opportunity to provide feedback online. More details can be seen at this link. It […]

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FPF's Reply Comments to the Federal Websites Cookie Policy

The Future of Privacy Forum is providing the below suggestions to offer a roadmap for enabling the use of analysis, site optimization and tracking technologies by government agencies. Personalizing site content for users who wish to have a setting remembered, enabling long term shopping carts and capturing analytics information over time to improving site usage […]

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Time Will Tell…

What a difference six months makes! Six months ago, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission released a set of proposed principles to guide the development of self-regulation in online behavioral advertising, which it described as an “evolving area”. Industry groups reacted by agreeing to a set of principles focused around ensuring that all behaviorally […]