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December 20, 2011(Transcript)

Featured Speaker: Berin Szoka, President, TechFreedom (biography).
  • Q1: Is Privacy a Fundamental Right, a Property Right or Something Else?
  • Q2: How Can Privacy Conflict with Free Speech?
  • Q3: What Other Trade-offs Follow from Privacy Regulation?
  • Q4: So How Should Government Protect Privacy?

December 13, 2011(Transcript)

Featured Speaker: Jules Polonetsky, Co-Chair and Director, Future of Privacy Forum (biography).
  • Q1: When is Express Consent Not Necessary?
  • Q2: Data Minimization? Data Maximization? Or Data Optimization?
  • Q3: Kids are on Socnets, often with Parental Approval, but Not Legal Consent. Kick Them Off? Is there a Path Forward?
  • Q4: CPOs Today: Corporate Shill or Privacy Evangelist?

December 6, 2011 (Transcript)

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November 22, 2011 (Transcript)

Featured Speaker: Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D., Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner (biography). Comm'r Cavoukian joins #PrivChat to discuss Privacy by Design.
  • Q1: Why Is Making Privacy The Default So Important?
  • Q2: How Can We Improve Privacy In Legacy Systems?
Background available at: Ontario Information and Privacy Commmissioner: Privacy by Design (pdf); Ontario Information and Privacy Commmissioner: The 7 Foundational Principles (pdf); and Implementation and Mapping of Fair Information Practices (pdf).

November 15, 2011 (Transcript)

Guest Moderator: @JamieXML from OASIS

November 8, 2011(Transcript)

Featured Speaker: Rob Shavell, Co-Founder, Abine (biography available at Abine: Team and CrunchBase: Profile of Rob Shavell). Rob Joins PrivChat to Lead a Discussion and Answer Questions on Four Big Privacy Topics!

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September 20, 2011 (Transcript)

Featured Topic: Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule Review, a conversation with Mamie Kresses and Phyllis Marcus, Senior Attorneys, @FTCgov.
Background available at FTC: Proposed Rule and Request for Public Comments and FTC: FTC Seeks Comment on Proposed Revisions to Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule.

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