IAPP Summit: WPF on “When Global Emergencies Threaten to Jeopardize Privacy Rights”

WPF’s Pam Dixon participated in a wide-ranging and vibrant conversation on the intersection between public health and privacy for the IAPP Summit Series, May 20, 2020. The session is now available on demand. When Global Emergencies Threaten to Jeopardize Privacy Rights Release Date: 5/20/2020 (On demand at: https://iapp.org/conference/virtual-sessions/summit-sessions/#!#summit-sessions) Moderator: Fred Cate, VP Research, Indiana University

WPF participating in Oregon AG Privacy Task Force: Meeting Announcement

The Oregon Attorney General has convened a privacy task force with a Central Table of ten members to discuss privacy issues in the state of Oregon. WPF has been selected as a member of the Central Table, and will provide privacy expertise to the group. The next meeting of the Oregon AG privacy task force

WHO advisory group meeting

Who: World Health Organization What: Advisory group meeting When: 15 and 18 May, 2020 This event was a non-public working group session.  

Webinar: Contact tracing, technology, and proportionality during lockdown

Executive Director Pam Dixon gave a one hour webinar 4 May 2020 on global contact tracing apps and technology focusing on case studies in the US, UK, India, South Korea, Singapore, Australia, and other jurisdictions. Recommendations and lessons learned are included, as well as audience questions. Event: Festival of Identity Free Webinar Series  Webinar: Proportionate

WPF’s Pam Dixon presenting at Duke University on Data Privacy Day

WPF’s Pam Dixon will be at Duke University Friday, January 31 for Data Privacy Day to discuss new World Privacy Forum research and policy work with students, faculty, and privacy luminaries. The event is focused on fostering an in-depth conversation throughout the day with Duke students and faculty. Duke University Dean Ravi Bellamkonda and Dean