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FPFcast: Stalking and the Location Privacy Protection Act with Cindy Southworth

June 30, 2014: Stalking and the Location Privacy Protection Act [audio 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 […]

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FPFcast: A Frank Discussion with Frankly CEO Steve Chung

[audio 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 […]

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FPFcast: Talking Consumer Subject Review Boards with Ryan Calo

[audio http://fpf.org/wp-content/uploads/FPFCast.Calo_.mp3] In advance of the Future of Privacy Forum and the Stanford Center for Internet & Society’s event on “Big Data and Privacy” next month, we spoke with Professor Ryan Calo about his essay Consumer Subject Review Boards — A Thought Experiment.  Professor Calo looks at how institutional review boards (IRBs) were put in place to […]

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FPFcast: Talking Big Data with Professor Chris Hoofnagle

[audio In advance of the Future of Privacy Forum and the Stanford Center for Internet & Society’s event on “Big Data and Privacy,” we spoke with Professor Chris Hoofnagle about his essay How the Fair Credit Reporting Act Regulates Big Data.  In his essay, Professor Hoofnagle points out that consumer reporting achieved “big data” status decades […]

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FPFcast: Talking Big Data with Professor Bill McGeveran

[audio In advance of the Future of Privacy Forum and the Stanford Center for Internet & Society’s event on “Big Data and Privacy,” we spoke with Professor Bill McGeveran about his essay Revisiting the 2000 Stanford Symposium in Light of Big Data. Thirteen years ago, the Stanford Law Review convened a symposium on “Cyberspace and […]