Defining Fairness workshop, Harvard University, WPF moderating

WPF executive director Pam Dixon will be moderating a portion of the Defining Fairness workshop on algorithms, technical processes, and fairness convened by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and the Center for Research on Computation and Society at Harvard University. What: Defining Fairness: On the Sociotechnical Algorithms and Systems of the Future

WPF keynotes at Biometrics 2016

The World Privacy Forum’s Pam Dixon delivered a keynote talk on privacy and biometrics at the yearly Biometrics Institute gathering in London, which was held this year Oct. 18-20. She also gave a privacy briefing for Biometrics Institute members prior to the conference, and participated in a NIST workshop on recent developments in biometrics. The keynote

WPF participating in NYU’s KAVLI ethics workgroup, co-moderating

WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be co-moderating a portion of New York University’s KAVLI Human project ethics working group meeting to discuss research guidelines for the project. KAVLI is a wide-ranging, significant longitudinal human subjects research study that also crosses into new areas of big data research. WPF is pleased to be able to participate meaningfully

Bioethics and Privacy Presentation

WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be presenting a keynote to the Sharp Healthcare Bioethics Committee July 7, 2016 in San Diego, California. “I am pleased to have the opportunity to share my privacy expertise with this important committee, and to learn from them,” said Pam Dixon. “Hospital bioethics committees play a crucial role in advancing

Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference, WPF Commenter

WPF’s Pam Dixon will present comments for a scholarly paper workshop at this year’s Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference. The paper will be by Masooda Bashir, UIUC and Hsiao-Ying Huang, UIUC. The annual conference will be held this year June 2-3 at the George Washington School of Law. The full PLSC schedule is here. More about PLSC: Dates: