37th International Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Conference

WPF will be attending the 37th International Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Conference in Amsterdam Oct. 27-29, 2015. This conference is the assembly of all accredited data protection and privacy commissioners from around the world. More than one hundred authorities from 63 countries and 1 international organisation (the European Union) have been accredited as members, and

Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference, Amsterdam, WPF commenter

Pam Dixon will be leading a paper workshop at the Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference in Amsterdam  October 26, 2015. The paper being workshopped is by Bilyana Petkova, Domesticating the “Foreign” in Making Transatlantic Data Privacy Law. The workshop is during Session 3, at 13:50-15:00. Where:  De Bazel Café & Conference Center Vijzelstraat 32 1017 HL Amsterdam The Netherlands Schedule

Biometric Institute panel discussion on facial recognition and other biometrics

Pam Dixon, Executive Director of the World Privacy Forum, will be participating in a panel discussion at the Biometric Institute member’s meeting on Sept. 15, 2015. The panel discussion will be held at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC, and will include speakers from Google, Facebook, ACLU, NIST, Morpho, and others. Dr. Joseph Atick will

Workshop, National Network to End Domestic Violence, WPF presenting

Executive Director Pam Dixon will be presenting a two hour technology and privacy training at the Tech Summit for the National Network to End Domestic Violence. The training will cover the key aspects of social media, financial privacy, health privacy, and school privacy. A WPF e-book will be available to attendees. When: The Tech Summit

Privacy Law Scholars Conference, WPF commenter

WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be participating in the annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC), held this year in Berkeley, California. Dixon is honored to be the commenter on a paper being workshopped during the conference. PLSC is co-hosted by Berkeley Law and GWU Law. The PLSC brings together privacy law scholars, privacy scholars