Privacy Book Club

February 1, 1-2PM EST: The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet

Save the date for our next book club on February 1st from 1-2PM EST. As requested by a number of readers, we will be discussing The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet by Jeff Kosseff. We are honored to be joined by the author, as well as three expert discussants.

Learn about the book and purchase by clicking the image below. Please be sure to register for the FPF Book Club to join the discussion.

Twenty Six Words 02 No Bleeds

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The FPF Privacy Book Club provides members with the opportunity to read a wide range of books — privacy, data, ethics, academic works, and other important data relevant issues — and have an open discussion of the selected literature.

The FPF Privacy Book Club is virtual, and book club members can join the discussion by using the virtual conference dial-in, which will include a video chat, phone line, and an online chat. You can join the Privacy Book Club by registering here. Please feel free to share the sign up link with your friends and colleagues who may be interested in participating.

To learn more about FPF’s Privacy Book Club or to provide suggestions for future readings, please contact [email protected].