WSJ Market Watch looks at the Tene/Polonetsky Do Not Track paper http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-does-do-not-track-even-mean-2012-11-15
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FPF Founder and Co-chair Christopher Wolf has captured some of the remaining differences in international approaches to privacy in his reflections on last month’s 34th annual meeting of data protection authorities and privacy commissioners in Punta del Este, Uruguay. The article is featured in the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) current issue of “the […]
View the transcript from Tuesday’s #PrivChat. http://storify.com/privacycamp/privchat-summary-with-peter-swire-peterpswire-fro
Regardless of who wins in Tuesday’s voting, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz is widely expected to leave his post after the election, sparking speculation over who could be in line to head the agency charged with protecting consumers and ensuring competition. “Chairman of the FTC, if you’re a privacy person or a consumer-protection person, […]
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is threatening developers that don’t start offering privacy policies with fines of $2,500 per download. FPF’s Jules Polonetsky believes that the AG would prefer that apps come into compliance rather than pay up, but that it might take some enforcement to get the attention of developers.
Developers that don’t start offering privacy policies could face fines of $2,500 per download, per California Attorney General Kamala Harris. Jules Polonetsky comments on Apple’s new iOS6 mentioning its ease of use. Recommends App Developers should get on the bandwagon in order to comply with the law.
Privacy Papers for Policy Makers 2012 CyLabs paper.
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The Future of Privacy Forum Announces Privacy Papers for Policy Makers 2012 WASHINGTON – The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) today released the 2012 Privacy Papers for Policy Makers, highlighting eight leading privacy writings that were voted by the FPF Advisory Board to be most useful for policy makers. The papers cover a wide array […]
Omer Tene, Senior Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum, sat down with TAP to discuss the privacy risks associated with big data.