IGF 2010 Workshop Report

 The Future of Privacy
 Christine Runnegar (ISOC) and Katitza Rodriguez (EFF)

Catherine Pozzo di Borgo, Council of Europe Consultative Committee of Convention 108 (T-PD) Hugh Stevenson, Deputy Director for International Consumer Protection, Office of International Affairs, US Federal Trade Commission Rosa Barcelo, Legal Adviser,European Data Protection Supervisor Rafael García Gozalo,Head of the International Department, Agencia Española de Protección de Datos Pedro Less Andrade, Senior Policy Counsel Latin America, Google Inc. Joseph Alhadeff, Vice President for Global Public Policy and Chief Privacy Officer for Oracle Corporation Kevin Bankston, Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation Christine Runnegar, Senior Manager Public Policy, Internet Society Ellen Blackler, Executive Director, Regulatory Planning & Policy, AT&T Co-moderators - Katitza Rodriguez and Christine Runnegar [Remote Moderator - Cristos Velasco]


Considerable efforts are being undertaken this year in various forums to assess whether existing privacy principles remain relevant and effective. 2010 and 2011 represent important milestones for Privacy: 2010 marks the 30th anniversary of the OECD’s Privacy Guidelines. Preparations are also underway for the 30th anniversary, in 2011, of the Council of Europe Convention 108 – the first legally binding international privacy instrument. Additionally, in 2009, the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners approved a resolution of international privacy standards. As governments around the world are currently reviewing their privacy frameworks, we saw this workshop as an opportunity to take a step into the next decade and critically examine the future of privacy in the online environment.


Please contact the co-organisers: Katitza Rodriguez, International Rights Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation (katitza@eff.org) Christine Runnegar, Senior Manager Public Policy, Internet Society (runnegar@isoc.org)


The joint report on this workshop has been published on each of the co-organisers' (Internet Society and Electronic Frontier Foundation) websites at: Internet Society (ISOC)- http://www.isoc.org/pubpolpillar/docs/future-privacy%2020100914.pdf Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)- https://www.eff.org/files/future-privacy.pdf


Please refer to: http://www.isoc.org/pubpolpillar/docs/future-privacy%2020100914.pdf https://www.eff.org/files/future-privacy.pdf See also: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2010/11/future-privacy-internet-governance-forum