— Jan 17
The New Frontiers of Privacy Harm
TRUSTe is speaking
Join Fran Maier, Founder and Chair of Board, TRUSTe, at the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship on Friday, January 17, 2014, for a panel on Commercial Tracking. Thought leaders and top practitioners and regulators venture into the New Frontiers of Privacy Harm to answers questions including: What harms are privacy laws designed to prevent? How are people injured when corporations, governments, or other individuals collect, disclose, or use information about them in ways that defy expectations, prior agreements, formal rules, or settled norms? How has technology changed the nature of privacy harm?
Read more “TRUSTe Starts the Year off Right with Data Privacy Week, CPDP, OTA and more”
January 28th is International Data Privacy Day (#DPD2013 on Twitter) and, in its celebration, we are participating in several events next week.
We kick off the week with IAPP Privacy After Hours. There’s no agenda, just show up at Jillian’s in San Francisco, from 5:00-7:00 PM. Have a good time and get to know other local privacy professionals.
Next up, in conjunction with the San Francisco Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) Forum, TRUSTe Director of Product Policy, Joanne Furtsch will host the MMA Privacy Committee meeting. The MMA Forum is a two-day event that will inform visitors on how to effectively infuse mobile into a brand’s broader marketing strategy.
TRUSTe CEO Chris Babel will participate in interactive panel discussion at the Seattle OTA Data Privacy Day Town Hall. Panel speakers include leaders in public policy, privacy, consumer protection and cybercrime law enforcement. The panel will cover innovation in privacy and impact on business.
Later in the week, stay turned for some exciting news at the San Diego DistribuTECH Conference, the energy industry’s leading smart grid conference and exposition. Read more “Data Privacy Day 2013 Events”
“The more of our lives that we put online, the less privacy we have,” says Erick Schonfeld in his TechCrunch blog, posted today. In an increasingly networked world, where social networking, behavioral targeting, and information sharing online have all become commonplace, consumer privacy has come under siege. With the online world changing rapidly, consumers are beginning to feel that they don’t have control over their personal information. Today is the nationally recognized Data Privacy Day, a day dedicated to spreading awareness about data privacy practices, problems, and rights. One of the primary audiences is U.S. teens who have grown up … Continue reading Every Day Should Be Data Privacy Day