On the IAPP blog, Omer Tene writes,”If privacy regulators were the sole decision-makers determining the relative importance of values that sometimes conflict with privacy they would become the de facto regulators of all things commerce, research, security and speech.” Read the post for the point-counterpoint between Professor Paul Ohm, Omer Tene and Jules Polonetsky.
In the News
USA Today’s CyberTruth asked Jules Polonetsky to flesh out the wider context.
You can tell when a powerful new technology, like tracking people as they shop, is coming of age. It starts trying to persuade people it is a force for good, and it broadens its reach and capabilities.
FPF begins work with technology companies, privacy advocates, and regulators to develop a code of conduct aimed at protecting consumers’ privacy.
FPF Announces New Group to Develop Best Practices for Retail Location Analytics Companies
In a post for the MIT Sloan Management Review, Renee Boucher Ferguson considers the privacy costs involved with the use of data analytics to transform customer service. The capability of projects such as IBM’s Watson to “to determine consumer wants and desires, even (sometimes!) before customers themselves do so” requires a new approach to privacy, […]
Watch Era of Online Sharing Offers ‘Big Data,’ Privacy Trade-Offs on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour.
Jules Polonetsky comments on transparency by companies when consumers data is being collected in this article by the New York Times.
With this year declared, “The Year of Privacy on Steroids” companies, policy makers and professional experts alike agree that privacy is essential but the real conversation on the matter is, where is the sliver lining? Future of Privacy Forum’s own, Jules Polonetsky, shared his own professional expertise on the topic specifically when it comes to companies tracking […]
Canada’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, and Jules Polonetsky examine the benefits as well as the potential risks that the third party access to CEUD issue possesses. The new product will support conversation and new market opportunities. To learn more about CEUD and the Privacy by Design approach click here.