Privacy Calendar is the calendar of all the privacy events that we know about, collected in one place. To have your event added, please email privacycalendar at futureofprivacy dot org.
*You can also access the calendar at privacycalendar.org
For events hosted by The Future of Privacy Forum or events where FPF staff are speaking, please click here.
The IEE Symposium on Security and Privacy will mark its 34th annual meeting as they present recent developments in computer security and electronic privacy. The conference aims to bring both researchers and practitioners in this field together to share and discuss these recent advancements. To learn more about this event click here.
“Georgetown Law CLE has created the inaugural Cybersecurity Law Institute, designed by a national advisory board of
professionals who have been in the trenches dealing with cyber risk on a daily basis. This wide-ranging, two-day program will provide in-house and outside counsel with the practical, pragmatic advice they need to effectively address today’s major cybersecurity challenges.”
To register for this event or for more information visit: www.law.georgetown.edu/cle or view the brochure at https://apps.law.georgetown.edu/continuing-legal-education/pdfs/310.pdf
Join the IAPP for their Canada Symposium 2013, where you will have the chance to learn and debate on the issues that matter most to those working in Canadian Privacy and data protection. Click here for more information.
“ Join leading European advertisers, agencies and media owners, regulators and policy makers for a two-day debate in Barcelona on the theme ‘The Battle of the Screens: Compete or collaborate?’.”
To register for this conference or for more information visit: http://www.interactcongress.eu/
Join Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee (ICAC) for a boxed lunch series on the Do Not Track (DNT) issue.
Panel will include:
- Ashkan Soltani, Independent Researcher and Consultant
- Peter Swire, Co-Chair, the W3C Tracking Protection Working Group; Nancy J. & Lawrence P. Huang Professor (designate), Georgia Institute of Technology
- Mike Zaneis, Senior Vice President, Public Policy & General Counsel, Interactive Advertising Bureau
For more information or to register visit: http://www.netcaucus.org/events/2013/do-not-track/