Thursday, October 22, 2009 http://www.cpbn.org/program/colin-mcenroe-show
In the News
FPF is honored to have an Advisory Board that includes some of the country’s leading luminaries on privacy issues. We are also honored to announce the addition of three more esteemed privacy experts: Michelle Dennedy, chief governance officer, cloud computing at Sun Microsystems. Ms. Dennedy is an expert in designing policies that foster trust in […]
What will talking power meters say about you? MSNBC’s Red Tape Chronicles By Bob Sullivan October 9, 2009 Would you sign up for a discount with your power company in exchange for surrendering control of your thermostat? What if it means that, one day, your auto insurance company will know that you regularly arrive home […]
The following piece was published on the New York Times website on October 8, 2009 Tracking Consumers Online: Make It Transparent To the Editor: Re “Tracked for Ads? Many Americans Say No Thanks” (Business Day, Sept. 30): As your article suggests, there’s little doubt that consumers will object to behavioral advertising when they feel it […]
Privacy Scholars to Partner with Think Tank to Focus on the Future of Privacy Law and Policy WASHINGTON, October 8, 2009 – The Washington-based think tank The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and The George Washington University Law School (GW Law) announce a unique partnership to advance programs focused on the future of privacy law […]
FPF is delighted to welcome several new members to our Advisory Board Paul Ohm, associate professor at the University of Colorado Law School. Prof. Ohm is an expert in information privacy, computer crime law, intellectual property, and criminal procedure. To access his most recent paper, “Broken Promises of Privacy: Responding to the Surprising Failure of […]
Above the Law has an entertaining interview with FPF advisory board member Prof Dan Solove on the “skanks” case, as well as some background on his career. Check it out here.