[WG-P3] [Opportunity to contribute: OECD Privacy Conference and future ITAC privacy work]
jtrentadams at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 09:42:31 EDT 2010
On behalf of Christine and myself, many thanks for the input everyone
provided on the proposed talking points to be submitted to ITAC for
the upcoming OECD panel on Fostering Innovation in Privacy Protection.
The next step will be to harmonize the input from Kantara with the
input from the other members of ITAC. The result will be a single set
of talking points that can be used to guide ITAC's participation on
We will try to circulate a copy of the talking points after the event,
as well as provide a report on it (similar to what we did with the
On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Christine Runnegar <runnegar at isoc.org> wrote:
> Hello all.
> IGF @ Vilnius
> First, please let me reiterate my thanks to the Kantara Initiative Privacy &
> Public Policy Work Group (P3WG) for supporting the Internet Society in this
> endeavour and contributing very considered and insightful perspectives on
> the Future of Privacy. It was a very successful workshop with approximately
> 100 participants in the room plus remote participation. We also presented a
> brief report on the workshop during the main session on Security, Openness
> and Privacy, summarising some of the views expressed regarding international
> cooperation on privacy, including those provided by the Internet technical
> community. The contributions from the Internet technical community can be
> found here: www.isoc.org/privacyinsights.
> ITAC Privacy work
> As you are no doubt aware, the Kantara Initiative is a member of the
> Internet Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC) to the OECD. ITAC's work with
> the OECD WPISP covers many areas, including privacy.
> The terms of the ITAC Charter are available here:
> Important - Please read this document.
> OECD Privacy Conference
> Recently, I posted an email to the ITAC email list
> (oecditac at elists.isoc.org) regarding an ITAC contribution for the upcoming
> OECD Privacy Conference in Israel (25-26 October 2010) entitled: The
> Evolving Role of the Individual in Privacy Protection: 30 Years After The
> OECD Privacy Guidelines, and encouraging ITAC members interested in privacy
> issues to indicate their availability for a conference call to prepare some
> discussion points for the conference.
> The OECD Secretariat has very kindly invited us to participate in a panel on
> Fostering Innovation in Privacy Protection as a discussant. The OECD does
> not want a formal presentation as they would like to have a more interactive
> discussion. They would like us to provide perspectives on the role of
> technical innovations in the realm of privacy governance. While the OECD has
> invited me to be the voice, we really want this to be an ITAC contribution.
> We have a lot of Internet technical privacy experts in ITAC (particularly in
> the IAB, OASIS, Kantara Initiative P3WG and W3C). This is a great
> opportunity for us to provide input into the policy debate on privacy.
> In addition to the points for that panel, Trent Adams and I would like to
> prepare a couple of points for each session to have ready for use as
> Specifically, we would like to build on the work that you and other members
> of the Internet technical community have already done for the IGF Workshop
> on the Future of Privacy.
> If you are interested in contributing to the ITAC presentation, would you
> please let me know as soon as possible.
> Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
> Best regards,
> Christine Runnegar
> Senior Manager Public Policy
> Internet Society
> Galerie Jean-Malbuisson 15
> CH-1204 Geneva
> Tel: +41 22 807 1455
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J. Trent Adams
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