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Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna Feb 6
I wish someone would live tweet and 's presentation at Please and thank you 🙏
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UC Berkeley EECS Jan 22
Congrats on the Award, Nathan.
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Future of Privacy Forum Mar 8
. from @VUBrussels explains why algorithmic impact assessments are the best way to analyze the harms created by automatic decision making in his interview. Watch the video now!
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Future of Privacy Forum Mar 5
. from urges policymakers to establish a more effective legal framework to regulate dark patterns and affords consumers better protection from harm. Check out his video now!
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Christine S. Wilson Feb 6
Indeed. Accountability should be a key theme in federal legislation.
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Jules Polonetsky Feb 6
Carpenter will outshine Katz predicts Paul Ohm
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Fernando Laguarda Feb 6
Headed to SH-902 now for looking forward to seeing you there!
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Leah AntiTrustButVer1fy Nylen Feb 6
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Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna Dec 5
World, meet the must read papers of 2019: Congratulations to all this year's winners! Happy to see among them , and Thanks for your tremendous work.
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Future of Privacy Forum Mar 13
Michael Friedman from describes the types of that users are most likely to encounter and urges users to be wary of sites that use these deceptive strategies.
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Cobun (not covid) Zweifel-Keegan Feb 6
Impact assessments are a form of self-regulation. What if purely internal assessments are required without external accountability? "That's how you get Enron." — at
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Chloe R Autio Feb 6
.⁦⁩ celebrating the 10th anniv. of ⁦⁩’s . Final paper discussion with ⁩ and ⁦⁩. Superb gathering of privacy stakeholders to showcase papers and research that will help inform a US law!
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TowsonU Supply Chain May 22
Honoring our grads 🎓 Spring 2020 Those are masters graduates in Supply Chain Management and Project, Portfolio, and Program Management. We are proud of each and every one 👑
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Pollyanna Sanderson Feb 6
"How do we regulate inferences...the unseen part that is often more insidious and abused?" - Paul Ohm
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Stacey Gray Feb 6
“All eyes are on Congress...” Commissioner Wilson kicking off ’s wonkiest event of the year, the 10th Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers, discussing “woeful” informational asymmetries in the consumer market for connected devices
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🍒home✨ Dec 11
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LSTSblog Feb 6
Today 6 Feb, and , award winning authors are presenting their work on Algorithmic Impact Assessment at and
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Ignacio Cofone Feb 5
Can't wait to discuss Antidiscriminatory Privacy tomorrow at w/ 's Lisa Goldman &  
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Christine S. Wilson Feb 6
Appreciated the opportunity to participate in ’s Privacy Papers for Policymakers 10th annual event. Congratulations to the authors of the winning papers — I enjoyed reading their insightful contributions to literature.
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Cosic.be Dec 5
"Dark Patterns at Scale: Findings from a Crawl of 11K Shopping Websites" - a paper co-authored by Gunes Acar - won the Annual Papers for Policymakers () Award The paper can be found here:
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