News Release: WPF to comment at Privacy Law Scholars Conference


June 2, 2015

San Diego — Pam Dixon will be the commenter for a scholarly paper at the annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference to be held this year in Berkeley, California. “It is an honor to be invited to be the commenter for a paper to be presented at PLSC,” said Ms. Dixon. “The PLSC is a significant conference, and papers workshopped at this conference often go on to impact privacy thought.”

Attendance at the conference is by invitation only. For those attending PLSC, the paper session Dixon is commenting on will be held Friday, June 5, at Workshop Session 6 beginning at 11 am.

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PLSC is co-hosted by GWU Law and Berkeley Law by founders and organizers Chris Hoofnagle (Berkeley Law) and Daniel Solove (GWU Law).


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About the World Privacy Forum 

The World Privacy Forum is a nonprofit, non-partisan 501(C)(3) public interest research group. The World Privacy Forum is dedicated to reimagining privacy in a digital era through groundbreaking, in-depth privacy research, analysis, and consumer education of the highest quality. It’s vision is to empower people with the knowledge, rights, and tools they need to protect their privacy and shape their digital lives. The World Privacy Forum has published substantial and respected privacy studies and research, has testified before Congress and federal agencies, and is frequently quoted in the press. WPF is based in San Diego, California.