In a post for the IAPP’s Privacy Perspectives blog, I discuss my recent experiences flying a DJI Phantom 2 drone and share some thoughts on how industry (and government) can work together to address the perceived privacy problems that could emerge from flying robots over our heads. // More on Privacy Perspectives.
Privacy pro in Big Law. This is a chronicle of thoughts on law and policy from a technoprivacy nerd in Washington from 2013-2015.
- The Future of Privacy: More Data and More Choices November 28, 2015
- The How/What/When/Where of Location Data October 28, 2015
- Voter Privacy and the Future of Democracy October 19, 2015
- Practical Privacy in 60 Minutes: Computers Freedom & Privacy 2015 October 14, 2015
- Ethics and Privacy in the Data-Driven World September 22, 2015
- So @Natasha_Duarte just called me an "email gunner" and now I'm both depressed and jetlagged. Time ago 4 Hours via Twitter Web Client
- Go off the grid for a weekend, and Illinois becomes ground zero in the privacy wars. t.co/jpnX52avSg Time ago 4 Hours via Twitter Web Client
- @AletheaLange @BerinSzoka "One of us. One of us." Time ago 4 Hours via Twitter Web Client
- Strolling around town ahead of #RightsCon and I stumbled across the @EU_EDPS! t.co/W1lnNJf8y2 Time ago 6 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
- RT @pewinternet: Some experts we canvassed argued for public education to instill literacy about how algorithms function t.co/XWJ0M… Time ago 11 Hours via Twitter for iPhone
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