Data, Lending and Civil Rights, Georgetown University Law Center, WPF speaking

WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be discussing her research on big data, the financial sector, and civil rights at Georgetown University Law Center April 8, 2015. The event is open to the public. Event information: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 Georgetown University Law Center Gewirz Hall 120 F Street NW (12th Floor) Washington, DC 1:00

National Association of Attorneys General, WPF presentation on big data and privacy

WPF Executive Director will be speaking at the National Association of Attorneys General Southern Regional meeting, hosted by Southern Region Chair Alabama Attorney General Strange on March 12-13, 2015. Dixon will be a speaker on the panel, “Big Data and Privacy: Striking a Balance.” The NAAG Southern Region Meeting will focus on The Surge in Data Breaches:

National Privacy Research Strategy, WPF participant

WPF is participating in the National Privacy Research Strategy workshop, which will be held in Washington DC this February.  This workshop is part of a broader effort from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). Last October, OSTP asked federal agencies to prepare a draft National Privacy Research Strategy, with the objective to

Consumer privacy, data brokers and debt buying: WPF speaking at DBA International on consumer privacy issues related to debt purchasing

WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be presenting to the DBA International Conference a talk on ethical privacy frameworks and consumer privacy issues around debt buying activities such as skip tracing and related activities. Panel Information: Best Practices/Self-Regulation for Consumer Skip Tracing February 5, 2015 10: 00 am For more information: DBA International Events