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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
For events hosted by Future of Privacy Forum or events where FPF staff are speaking, click here.
The Practical Privacy Series delivers one-day intensive programs that give you how-to skills and practical tools for managing privacy operations at your organization. This year, the Series returns to Washington, DC, with a completely revamped Government program and FTC and Consumer Privacy program. Register Now.
Welcome to the web site for the FIRST EVER 2013 Privacy by Design User Forum! This unique event will provide new and current users of PbD insight, direction, and real-life examples to assist in the application of Privacy by Design principles. Whether you are from the public or private sector, this event has something for you! More information here.
The Congress is a forum for regulators and data protection experts to engage in thought-provoking discussion on the latest developments in privacy for the European data protection community.
The deadline for submission for speakers is May 10th, 2013.
Click here to learn more about the event as well to submit a proposal.
With a new European regulation on the horizon, the coming year will bring sea change to the data protection landscape. The Congress is where you’ll find the information you need to keep your organisation compliant. You can rely on the Congress to deliver intensive education and discussion on all of today’s top privacy issues—with a steady eye on how the new data protection regulation will impact you. Register Now
Please join SCU Law alumnus Assemblymember Bob Wieckowski and others for an enlightening inquiry into online privacy and consumer protection in our digital world.
Santa Clara University School of Law is hosting state legislators from the Assembly Judiciary Committee, Assembly Business & Professions Committee and Assembly Select Committee on Privacy for an informational hearing that will cover the collecting, sharing and tracking of personal data, examine a cross section of privacy laws nationally and internationally and explore what meaningful digital privacy legislation that California may want to consider in the future.
Among the prestigious panelists scheduled to testify are:
- Michael Beckerman – The Internet Association
- Eric Goldman – Santa Clara Law
- Chris Hoofnagle – UC Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
- Joanne McNabb – California District Attorney’s Office
- Jules Polonetsky – Director & Co-chair of the Future of Privacy Forum & former Chief Privacy Officer for AOL
This event will take place from 9 a.m.–1 p.m., Thursday, December 12th in the Mayer Theatre on the Santa Clara University campus. Please arrive early to secure your seat! For those unable to attend in person, please check High Tech Law Institute website for an update on viewing a webcast. RSVP here