Consumer experiences of job searching and online reputation: Southwestern Law School Privacy Conference

Reputation and privacy – Pam Dixon spoke at the Southwestern Law School Privacy Conference on the topic of reputational privacy Friday the 22nd along with Neville Johnson and Paul Tweed. Dixon highlighted three key consumer situations WPF assisted with recently, discussing the employment challenges consumers faced when harmful material was available online during the job search

WPF Speaking at Future of Privacy: ASU Law School Privacy Conference

Arizona School of Law — Pam Dixon participated as a discussant and contributor to the Arizona School of Law’s private workshop on the topic of the future of privacy. Key areas of discussion included the European Union’s Right to be Forgotten proposal, consent and health privacy, and Do Not Track.

WPF to Present Consumer Privacy Perspective at DMA Webinar

Webinar — This Thursday, Pam Dixon will be presenting the consumer privacy perspective for a DMA Webinar on data innovation. While marketers are interested in innovating to use consumer data, consumers have real privacy concerns that need to be addressed. Dixon will present some of the key implications. More information about the event is here.

Pam Dixon speaking at Silicon Valley’s Churchill Club

Pam Dixon to Speak at Churchill Club – WPF’s Pam Dixon will speak on privacy gaps at Silicon Valley’s Churchill Club Wednesday, January 23 in San Francisco. The panel is part of International Privacy Day activities and will be moderated by Chris Kelley, Former Chief Privacy Officer of Facebook. More event information is available at http://www.churchillclub.org/LandingPage.aspx.

Leaders in Technology: WPF on CES Panel on Facial Recognition

Facial recognition — Pam Dixon spoke at a CES panel on privacy issues in facial recognition technologies as part of the Leaders in Technology program at CES. The panel was moderated by Tony Romm of Politico and included FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen and Harley Geiger, legislative counsel for Representative Zoe Lofgren. Dixon spoke on the