Tag Archives: privacy

Privacy to Enable “Drones for Good”

Privacy and “Drones for Good”                                 by Paula J. Bruening Intel lit up the night sky in Sydney, Australia last month with its first public Drones 100 show. While the display over the Opera House dazzled, it also highlighted the tremendous potential … Read more >

It Takes Data To Protect Data

By: David A. Hoffman, Associate General Counsel and Global Privacy Officer   I recently had the pleasure of participating in a discussion of using data to promote cybersecurity. Hosted by Lawfare, Intel Security, the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), … Read more >

Fair Information Practice Principles: A Common Language for Privacy in a Diverse Data Environment

By: Paula Bruening Today, Intel is pleased to join governments, companies, experts and advocates in marking Data Privacy Day, a day designed to raise awareness, and to promote privacy and data protection best practices. First observed in 2007, it is … Read more >

Rethinking Privacy Requires Transatlantic Cooperation

by: David A. Hoffman, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer On the evening of January 28, Intel was privileged to join the European Data Protection Supervisor’s office and the National Cyber Security Alliance in marking Data Privacy Day … Read more >

Rethink Privacy 2.0 and Fair Information Practice Principles: A Common Language for Privacy

By: Paula Bruening Last week, Mauritius hosted the 36th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. By convening in this island African country, the data protection authorities acknowledged that data protection and privacy are concerns not only of the developed … Read more >