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The World Privacy Forum is a non-profit public interest research group with well-established privacy expertise. WPF is widely cited in major news outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, the Associated Press, Forbes, CNN, ABC News, CBS News, NBC news, NPR, Time, Newsweek, Modern Healthcare, Politico, International Herald Tribune, International Business Times, Wissen, Agence France Presse, and many others.
March 2, 2015 San Diego — WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be presenting back-to-back workshops for the National Network to End Domestic Violence on how those working with this vulnerable population group can be skillful in handling and navigating health privacy issues. The conference will be in New Orleans and is part of NNEDV’s
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 12, 2015 San Diego — What should a parent or adult student do when a school asks for sensitive health information? What happens when a school offers a health clinic for treatment? What protects all of the sensitive health information at schools? This issue has been on the WPF radar lately
We are delighted that our 2014 report, The Scoring of America, was discussed in the New York Times over the weekend. The Scoring of America was the first major report to discuss, analyze, and rigorously document the secret scores that determine many key aspects of Americans’ financial, educational, health, and work lives and opportunities. We
The World Privacy Forum will be speaking about medical and health privacy rights in the Universal Periodic Review as part of the Civil Society Consultation for the United States. The UPR is an important cyclical process run under the auspices of the UN Human Rights Council. The last UPR was in 2010. “The Universal Periodic
Big Data and its potential for inclusion and exclusion was on center stage this past September as the FTC held a day-long workshop with experts from industry, technology, privacy, civil liberties, and academia. World Privacy Forum’s Executive Director Pam Dixon, a panelist at the event, spoke about Big Data and privacy, emphasizing several key points, including the need for statistical parity, fairness, and the need for keeping existing consumer protection regulation.