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
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
Apple has a few privacy pages:
A general explanation of how they do privacy https://www.apple.com/privacy/
Controling Ads on Google: https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads
Here's a quick list of privacy links and tools for Facebook
The list of what kind of personal data is protected in law varies state-by-state in this country - here's an overview based on what we're learning:
Alex Alben presents at Records Day
Here's the slide deck link
Did you miss the Start With Privacy conference in Seattle this past February? Looking for a slide or a moment you remember but couldn't quite capture?
In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, reporter Joanna Stern sketched out a simple and prudent step to protect your privacy online.
You might not be aware that your web searches might “follow” you across other sites, such as Facebook, which can use your search history to target advertising.
In the Facebook iOS or Android app, tap the three lines in the bottom-right corner, select Settings > Account Settings > Ads.
Educating citizens and government on privacy protection
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