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FPF Offers New Resources on Privacy and Pandemics

“Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) released a collection of  new publications and resources to help governments, educators, researchers, companies, and other organizations navigate essential privacy questions regarding the response to the coronavirus pandemic. Global leaders responding to the coronavirus pandemic are increasingly relying on data from individuals and communities to analyze the virus’ progression, deploy resources, and make policy decisions. “We want to help organizations make data available for leaders, researchers, and the public without opening the door to lasting or limitless surveillance,” said Jules  Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum. “The information we have compiled will help decision makers think clearly about – and document – what personal information they will collect or disclose, to whom, and under what conditions.”

  • The  resources are accessible on the FPF website at They include: COVID-19: Privacy & Data Protection Resources consolidates privacy resources from sources around the world, highlighting resources that are useful to organizations grappling with questions about pandemic-related data. The site will be updated on a regular basis  with new content…”

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