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May 25, 2017 | Melanie Bates

Securing Smart Grid Data

On May 12, 2017, the Lexington Institute hosted a Capitol Hill Forum on Securing Smart Grid Data. Watch remarks by FPF Policy Counsel, Kelsey Finch.

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AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge

May 9, 2017 | Brenda Leong

AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge

The Future of Privacy Forum and the Brussels Privacy Hub of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) are partnering with IEEE Security & Privacy in a call for papers focused on AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge. Selected papers will be featured at The Brussels Privacy Symposium, an academic program jointly presented by the Brussels Privacy Hub of the VUB and FPF’s National Science Foundation supported Research Coordination Network.

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FPF Comments on FTC and NHTSA Connected Vehicle Workshop

May 4, 2017 | Lauren Smith

FPF Comments on FTC and NHTSA Connected Vehicle Workshop

On Monday, the Future of Privacy Forum submitted written comments to the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in response to their request for input on the benefits and privacy and security issues associated with current and future motor vehicles.

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Policy makers, regulators, and privacy executives interact with latest connected tech at FPF’s Second Annual Tech Lab

May 1, 2017 | Melanie Bates

Policy makers, regulators, and privacy executives interact with latest connected tech at FPF’s Second Annual Tech Lab

FPF held the Second Annual Tech Lab Open House Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at our offices in Washington, D.C. The Tech Lab Open House provided an opportunity for us to host FPF members and colleagues based in the District of Columbia, and those from around the world who were in town for the International Association of Privacy Professional’s Global Privacy Summit.

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April 27, 2017 | Melanie Bates

Call for Papers: Developing a Benefit-Cost Framework for Data Policy

The Program on Economics & Privacy at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School and the Future of Privacy Forum are seeking papers to explore the development of a benefit-cost framework in privacy policy. Scholars from an interdisciplinary background, including economics, law, public policy, business and marketing, are encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration.

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