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London Police Will Deploy Live Facial Recognition Cameras

London’s Metropolitan Police announced Friday they would begin rolling out new facial recognition cameras, despite controversy.

The Metropolitan Police, the U.K.’s biggest police department with jurisdiction over most of London, announced Friday it would begin rolling out new “live facial recognition” cameras in London, making the capital one of the largest cities in the West to adopt the controversial technology.

Source: London Police Will Deploy Live Facial Recognition Cameras | Time

Rethinking Data Privacy Communication Design: 3 big questions from Bologna

At a recent legal design workshop at University of Bologna in Italy, our Legal Design Lab team collaborated with a team from the university there, as well as service and data designers, including from Facebook.

Our goal was to explore how to communicate difficult legal terms and technological concepts about data privacy, in ways that more consumers could understand.

Source: Rethinking Data Privacy Communication Design: 3 big questions from Bologna

Two paths to meeting GDPR training requirements

For months, the DPO’s team has been working on getting their program in place. They can finally see their way past writing policies and conducting privacy impact assessments and leading their team as they document all their data classification procedures. Now it’s time to decide how they’ll handle the training requirements embedded within the GDPR.

Source: Two paths to meeting GDPR training requirements

Two paths to meeting GDPR training requirements

A data protection officer stands at a fork in the road, just months before the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect. For months, the DPO’s team has been working on getting their program in place. They can finally see their way past writing policies and conducting privacy impact assessments and leading their team as they document all their data classification procedures.

Source: Two paths to meeting GDPR training requirements

How the Contextual Integrity Framework Helps Explain Children’s Understanding of Privacy and Security Online

This post discusses a new paper that will be presented at the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing ( CSCW ). I wrote this paper with co-authors Shalmali Naik, Utkarsha Devkar, Marshini Chetty, Tammy Clegg, and Jessica Vitak.

Source: How the Contextual Integrity Framework Helps Explain Children’s Understanding of Privacy and Security Online

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