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Today, Stacey Gray, FPF Policy Counsel, was featured on Privacy Piracy to talk consumer privacy and connected devices. Stacey discussed many topics covered in her report, Always On: Privacy Implications of Microphone-Enabled Devices.
Lauren Smith, Policy Counsel, spoke with Bloomberg Law today about connected cars and the legal implications of data collection. Lauren discussed the importance of privacy and highlighted many principles that are covered in the our report, “The Connected Car and Privacy: Navigating New Data Issues.”
John Verdi, our Vice President of Policy, speaks with Angelique Carson of the International Association of Privacy Professionals about his previous work with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and his new role with the Future of Privacy Forum.
Shearman & Sterling, LLP Partner Richard Hsu, a CIPP/US and CIPM Certified Privacy Professional, Global Head of the Intellectual Property and Technology Transactions Group and Co-Head of the Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Industry Group, interviewed Jules Polonetsky.
Today, Lauren Smith, FPF Policy Counsel, joined The Takeaway to discuss the legal issues behind the “Textalyzer,” a technology that can tap into a driver’s phone, and whether or not it is the best deterrent to prevent texting and driving.
On April 26, 2016, Lauren Smith, FPF Policy Counsel, was interviewed by MobCon on Periscope. As a speaker at MobCon Digital Health, Lauren was asked about the relationship between connected cars and health technology, privacy implications for companies whose products may not be regulated by HIPAA or the FDA, and her previous role in the production of the White House’s report on big data.
June 30, 2014: Stalking and the Location Privacy Protection Act In this podcast, FPF Policy Counsel Joseph Jerome talks with Cindy Southworth from the National Network to End Domestic Violence about stalking apps and how Senator Franken’s proposed bill might curtail their use. Click on the media player above to listen, or download the complete […]
April 25, 2014: Can Intellectual Property law inform Privacy? A discussion with Eric Goldman In this podcast, FPF Legal and Policy Joe Newman talks with Eric Goldman, Professor at Santa Clara University School of Law, Director of the High Tech Law Institute, and a new member of FPF’s Advisory Board. Professor Goldman discusses the problems […]
Should a simple text last forever? Former FPF Legal & Policy Fellow Heather Federman asked as much in a post in August, and she discussed how the new text-messaging app, Frankly, works to create impermanent text messages in a world where data is forever. Subsequently, Frankly has become a new FPF member company, and we […]