FinTech & Blockchain Summit, Columbia University Business School, WPF panelist

WPF is speaking at the annual FinTech | RegTech| Payments | Blockchain Summit at Columbia University Business School, June 8-9, 2017. WPF will be speaking about digital identity ecosystems and issues relating to privacy, autonomy, human rights, and financial inclusion. For more information about the event, visit DFSummit, where you can find the full agenda and speakers

Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference, WPF Commenter

WPF’s Pam Dixon will present review comments for this year’s Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference. The annual conference will be held this year June 1-2, in Berkeley, CA. The full PLSC schedule is here. More about PLSC: Dates: Thursday and Friday, June 1-2, 2017 Location: Claremont Hotel, Berkeley, CA Co-Chairs: George Washington University Law Professor Daniel J.

World Bank Identity Management Meeting

WPF will participate in the World Bank ID Management and Legal Policy meeting May 19, 2017. The event will include discussion of the ID4Development Identity Principles, as well as other biometric and identity guidelines and developments. The meeting will be held at the World Bank in Washington, DC.

WPF presenting at G20 Digital Policies for the Future Multistakeholder Conference

WPF’s Pam Dixon has been invited by the German government to speak at the G20 Digital Policies for the Future Multi-stakeholder Conference taking place 6 April in Dusseldorf, Germany. The event brings together 300 stakeholders to discuss aspects of digital transformation. WPF’s role will be to discuss encouraging transparency and creating confidence in the digital world

WPF presenting at RightsCon on digital identity, biometrics, and policy

This year’s RightsCon will take place 29-31 March in Brussels, Belgium. WPF will be speaking twice at this year’s RightsCon; both panels will be on the 31 of March. All panels will be held at the Crowne Plaza Brussels Le Palace. Panel 1: Managing Concerns Around Digital Identity, Fri, 9:00-10:15, Innovation, 1st Floor Panel 2: Digital Rights Under Trump: