To view “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” Journal, click here. Future of Privacy Forum Releases New Journal: “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers” Journal Highlights Leading Privacy Writings for Hill and Agencies To Consider When Addressing Privacy Concerns WASHINGTON – Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) released a new journal entitled Privacy Papers for Policy […]
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The Future of Privacy Forum is proud to be a sponsor of Tech Policy Central’s new pii2010 conference, which takes place August 17 – 19 in Seattle, WA. pii2010 (privacy identity innovation) will explore how emerging technologies and business models are impacting data creation, sharing and aggregation, and how to strike a balance between protecting sensitive information and […]
As privacy enthusiasts eagerly await this afternoon’s Senate Commerce Committee hearing on consumer online privacy, FPF Co-Chairs Jules Polonetsky and Christopher Wolf, provided some thoughts to Huffington Post about how the business community can help address some of the concerns that have been escalating in this arena. Click this link to see their piece, “Solving the Privacy Dilemma.”
FPF is fortunate and honored to have many of the leading minds from the business, academic and advocacy worlds among our Advisory Board members, and with the addition of the following six new members, our Board will become even more enriching. We thank them for joining and look forward to their counsel: James Byrne is […]
The Future of Privacy Forum is calling on academics and thinkers with an interest in privacy issues for their involvement in “Privacy Papers for Policy Makers.” PURPOSE • To highlight important research and analytical work on a variety of privacy topics, and to ensure policy makers are informed of the most influential scholarship as they address privacy issues. • […]