FPF’s Generative AI for Organizational Use: Internal Policy checklist helps decision-makers revisit their internal policies and procedures. The Checklist provides guidance in four areas:
The Future of Privacy Forum’s policy brief provides a comparison of the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (AADC), a first-of-its-kind privacy-by-design law in the United States, and the United Kingdom’s Age-Appropriate Design Code. While there are distinctions between the two codes, the California AADC, which is set to become enforceable on July 1, 2024, was […]
As federal and state policymakers heighten their focus on protecting children’s privacy online, read the Future of Privacy Forum’s policy brief, An Analysis of the California Age-Appropriate Design Code. The report outlines and analyzes Assembly Bill 2273, the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (AADC), a first-of-its-kind privacy-by-design law that represents a significant change in both […]
The Future of Privacy Forum released a policy brief, Location Data Under Existing Privacy Laws. Defining and regulating location data in a privacy law can be an elusive challenge. In part, this is due to its ubiquity in our lives: information about how devices and people move through spaces over time is utilized by Wi-Fi networks, smartphones, […]
The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and Privacy Analytics partnered to publish “A Practical Path Toward Genetic Privacy in the United States.” The white paper is intended to highlight the personal nature of genetic data, describe existing regulatory requirements, and discuss emerging developments regarding the de-identification & re-identification of genetic data while highlighting consensus practices […]
The European Commission published a Communication on “Artificial Intelligence for Europe” on April 24th 2018. It highlights the transformative nature of AI technology for the world and it calls for the EU to lead the way in the approach of developing AI on a fundamental rights framework. AI for good and for all is the motto the Commission proposes. The Communication could be summed up as announcing concrete funding for research projects, clear social goals and more thinking about everything else.
Law Enforcement Access to Student Records: A Guide for School Administrators & Ed Tech Service Providers
Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) released “Law Enforcement Access to Student Records: A Guide for School Administrators & Ed Tech Service Providers,” written by Amelia Vance and Sarah Williamson. This guide helps to answer some of the basic questions that we have heard from key stakeholders about law enforcement access to data over the past nine months.
The Future of Privacy Forum conducted a study of the companies enrolled in the US-EU Privacy Shield program and determined that 114 European headquartered companies are active Privacy Shield Participants. These European companies rely on the program to transfer data to their US subsidiaries or to essential vendors that support their business needs.
In a rare moment of bipartisanship, the House Energy and Commerce Committee yesterday unanimously approved the SELF DRIVE Act H.R. 3388, sending it to the full House of Representatives for consideration. The bill facilitates introduction and testing of autonomous cars by clarifying federal and state roles, and by granting exemptions from motor vehicle standards that have impeded introduction of new automated vehicle technologies. This vote was an important step forward in enabling introduction of new technologies that have the potential to transform the future of mobility and maximize consumer safety.