November 2nd, 2018 in Seattle, hosted by Seattle University
Educating Washington citizens on privacy in the digital age
Checklists and issue spotting for privacy officers
Best practices and processes - simplified
We are organizing a van pool for our upcoming event in Seattle. If you'd like to join us, please let us know with the form below and we'll confirm by email if there is room.
Thanks for helping us improve our software! We appreciate your interest and value your time.
Please take a couple of minutes to answer the questions below. You're welcome to repeat any time you have other thoughts or suggestions.
User Terms covers what you should know about them, like what kinds of uses are acceptable on the site
An evolving list of states, cities and advocates on Net Neutrality
Thanks for sharing your thoughts about our work - we appreciate the time and attention, and we'll use what you tell us to improve our materials.
There has been a resurgence of interest in statewide broadband policy in recent weeks, and we've presented some early views of the materials we are assembling for the "Advanced Telecommunications" report we are due to give the l
Summary of changes -- recent changes in layman's terms
User Agreement -- what you need to know about them, what they allow, etc.
They have been bought out by Verizon, and acquisitions sometimes change privacy policies.
Microsoft has a few privacy-related pages and programs
General description of privacy at the company: https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/privacy
Privacy Statement for their website https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/privacystatement
Educating citizens and government on privacy protection
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