WPF’s schedule at the 39th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners

The World Privacy Forum will be speaking several times during the International Conference of Data Protection & Privacy Commissioners in Hong Kong; here’s the schedule, below; we look forward to meeting or catching up with those of you attending, please come by and say hello. Monday 25 September: European Data Protection Supervisor side meeting/conference, WPF

Three steps to take today if you have been impacted by the Equifax data breach

There are three immediate steps you can take on your own to begin to address the risk the potentially dangerous Equifax data breach poses. These steps are apart from signing up with Equifax for credit monitoring. Here are the steps, with explanations below. Information for Canadian and UK residents is included where available: If you

New Research: A Failure to Do No Harm: India’s Aadhaar biometric ID program and its inability to protect privacy in relation to measures in Europe and the U.S.

For Immediate Release India’s Digital Biometric ID System Fails to Protect Citizen’s Privacy and is a Warning for Europe and the United States World Privacy Forum Executive Director Pam Dixon publishes extensive research and analysis on India’s Aadhaar National Biometric ID system, calls for policymakers to take lessons from fundamental failings in India and ensure

National IDs Over Time: Interactive chart

About this Data Visualization: This interactive chart displays the chronological implementation of National IDs in countries globally, from 1850 to 2017. The raw dataset used to create the chart originates from the World Bank (See data sourcing below). This dataset covers high, middle and lower income countries. How to use this map: This is an interactive