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Major Privacy Event with FTC Chairman:Digital Collection of Private Information From Consumers and Citizens
Digital Collection of Private Information From Consumers and Citizens
Major New Study To Be Released Debunking Industry Claims that Digital Data Collection Is Anonymous
FTC Chairman Leibowitz to Give Update on FTC Efforts to Protect Consumer Privacy and Ensure Businesses Can Continue to Innovate on the Internet
EVENT: Yes, They Really Know It's You: The Digital Collection of Personal Information From Consumers and Citizens
KEYNOTE: Jon Leibowitz, Chairman, Federal Trade Commission
FEATURED SPEAKERS: Jonathan Mayer, Stanford Security Laboratory
Christian Fjeld, Senior Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Privacy and civil liberties experts
Q & A to follow
WHEN: 8:45 am – 11:00 am, Tuesday, October 11
WHERE: National Press Club, First Amendment Room
529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor – Washington, D.C.
Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz will keynote a discussion on consumers and digital privacy and discuss the proposed FTC framework for protecting consumer privacy and ensure industry can continue to innovate on the Internet.
A major new study will be presented debunking the myth that digital data collection is anonymous. Panelists will document the harms that this loss of privacy entails for consumers in the context of upcoming privacy plans from the White House and the FTC.
The discussion is sponsored by the ACLU, Center for Digital Democracy, Consumer Action, Consumer Federation of America, Consumers Union, Consumer Watchdog, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, US PIRG and World Privacy Forum.