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8th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers

February 27, 2018

Please join FPF and our Honorary Co-Hosts, Senator Edward J. Markey and the Co-Chairs of the Congressional Bi-Partisan Privacy Caucus at the 8th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers. This annual event to recognizes leading privacy research and analytical work that is relevant to policymakers in the United States Congress, at United States federal agencies, and for data protection authorities internationally. The distinguished academic authors whose scholarship received the 2017 Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award for best academic scholarship with practical real-world impact are:…

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Privacy Engineering Research and the GDPR

November 10, 2017, University of Leuven

A multidisciplinary research approach to understanding privacy is needed and deploying new privacy-aware approaches may require changes in existing technology systems, in business processes, in regulations, and in laws, as stated in the US National Privacy Research Strategy. When the EU’s GDPR becomes fully applicable on 25 May 2018, many data protection requirements will be seen in a new perspective. Among other aspects, “data protection by design and by default” will become an explicit legal obligation. Organizations who are processing…

University of Leuven
Oude Markt 13 - bus 5005
Leuven, 3000 Belgium

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Brussels Privacy Symposium and Call for Papers on AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge

November 6, 2017, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

This year’s event follows up on the 2016 Brussels Privacy Symposium regarding Identifiability: Policy and Practical Solutions for Anonymization and Pseudonymization. The 2017 Symposium, titled AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge, will focus on developing ideas that address the ethical challenges associated with the new capabilities Artificial Intelligence technologies present for democratic institutions, human autonomy, and the social fabric of our society. This academic workshop will discuss ways to harness the power of AI and machine learning to better protect individuals’ privacy and…

Vrije Universiteit Brussels
Pleinlaan 5
Brussels , 1050 Belgium

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Bridging Industry and Academia to Tackle Responsible Research and Privacy Practices

November 2, 2017, Facebook Offices, New York, NY

As more human interactions move online and the amount and variety of information shared digitally continues to grow, decisions regarding the collection, sharing, and use of this data must take into account both ethical and privacy considerations. It is important that industry and academia come together to find joint solutions for making these difficult decisions regarding privacy and ethics to maximize the benefits of data-driven research and practices, while ensuring that harms and negative outcomes are prevented. To bridge communication…

Facebook Offices, New York, NY
770 Broadway
New York, NY 10003 United States

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Roundtable Discussion: Smart Cities and Open Data

September 14, 2017, Georgia Tech

Please join FPF following the 2017 MetroLab Network Annual Summit in Atlanta, GA on September 14, 2017 for a roundtable discussion about smart cities and open data. The Smart Cities and Open Data movements promise to use data to spark civic innovation and engagement, promote inclusivity, and transform modern communities. At the same time, advances in sensor technology, re-identification science, and Big Data analytics have challenged cities and their partners to construct effective safeguards for the collection, use, sharing, and disposal…

Georgia Tech
875 W Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309 United States

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FPF-Capital Area Academic Network Speaker Series

June 6, 2017, FPF Offices

Future of Privacy Forum, Washington & Lee University School of Law, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals recently collaborated in a Call for Papers focused on the privacy impact of current and projected technological advancements, focusing on the transparency, sharing, and algorithmic implications of data collection and use – topics identified in the National Privacy Research Strategy. The accepted papers from this call introduces new thinking by taking a closer look at how data flow maps can be leveraged to…

FPF Offices
1400 Eye St, Suite 450
Washington , DC 20005 United States

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