12th Annual Privacy Papers for Policy Makers Awards
The Future of Privacy Forum has announced the winning scholarly papers for the 12th Annual Privacy Papers for Policy Makers Awards. The papers chosen highlight significant work in current and emerging privacy issues and suggest solutions or offer new means of analysis that could provide real-world policy solutions.
This year’s winning papers include “Privacy Harms” by Danielle Citron of University of Virginia School of Law and Daniel J. Solove of George Washington University Law School and “The Surprising Virtues of Data Loyalty” co-authored by Neil M. Richards of Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.
The award event will take place virtually on February 10. Learn more and register here.
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