Scholarship Reporter

This regular newsletter highlights recent privacy research and is posted on our web site for easy ongoing access. Each issue of the Privacy Scholarship Reporter focuses on one of three research priorities identified in the National Privacy Research Strategy: increasing transparency of data collection, sharing, use, and retention; assuring that information flows and use are consistent with privacy rules; and advancing progress on practical de-identification techniques and policy and reducing privacy risks of analytical algorithms.

Issue 3: 2017 Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award Winners

On December 12, 2017, FPF announced the winners of our 8th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers (PPPM) Award. This Award recognizes leading privacy scholarship that is relevant to policymakers in the United States Congress, at U.S. federal agencies, and for data protection authorities abroad. In this special issue of the Scholarship Reporter, you will find this […]

There are 6 articles in this issue.

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Issue 2: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: The Privacy Challenge

Building on our first issue, which discussed the various privacy challenges related to algorithmic accountability, Future of Privacy Forum’s Privacy Scholarship Reporter now turns its focus to thoughtful, academic considerations of the privacy challenges, and ethical data use considerations, of AI and Machine Learning. Artificial Intelligence is perhaps easier to intuitively grasp than to explicitly […]

There are 8 articles in this issue.

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Issue 1: Algorithms: Privacy Risk and Accountability

Through academic, policy, and industry circles, making progress on the cluster of issues related to algorithmic accountability has become a leading priority. The inaugural issue of the Future of Privacy Forum’s Privacy Scholarship Reporter provides a clear and compelling look into some of the most worrisome problems and promising solutions.

There are 9 articles in this issue.

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