Your Online Reputation Matters – Attend Event “Online Privacy: Your Reputation is ON the Line” to Learn More

On January 28th, Canada, United States and the European Union will celebrate Data Privacy Day to educate consumers about protecting their online privacy. Today, people of all ages and backgrounds are sharing more of their lives online through social networks, micro-blogging, photo sharing and other online services. With people living more of their lives online, it’s important that they are aware and in control of the information they share.

If you are able to attend, this will be a very informative event with a strong cast of experts speaking out about how to empower consumers to take control of their online reputations.

See the full invitation and instructions on how to RSVP here:

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Online Privacy: Your Reputation is ON the Line

On January 28th, Canada, United States and the European Union will celebrate Data Privacy Day to educate consumers about protecting their online privacy. Today, people of all ages and backgrounds are sharing more of their lives online through social networks, micro-blogging, photo sharing and other online services. With people living more of their lives online, it’s important that they are aware and in control of the information they share.  Please join us for a discussion with a variety of experts about how to empower consumers to take control of their online reputations.

*Featuring*

Michael Fertik, Chief Executive Officer, Reputation Defender

January 28th 2010
10:00am – 1:00pm
Lunch will be provided

Newseum
Knight Conference Center
555 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Opening Remarks (10:00am)
Jules Polonetsky, Co-chair and Director, Future of Privacy Forum

Remarks by (10:30am)
Brendon Lynch, Senior Director, Privacy Strategy, Trustworthy Computing Group Microsoft Corp

Panel discussion (11:00am)
Nat Wood, Assistant Director, Consumer & Business Education, Bureau of Consumer Protection
Federal Trade Commission
Jim Harper, Director of Information Policy Studies, The CATO Institute
Marsali Hancock, President, iKeepSafe

Keynote Presentation (12:00pm)
Michael Fertik, Chief Executive Officer, Reputation Defender

Please RSVP to jan28event@futureofprivacy.org

Provided food and beverage compliant with Congressional Ethics and Gift Rules, Executive Branch Officials should consult their Executive Branch ethics rules

The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) is a Washington, DC based think tank that seeks to advance responsible data practices. The forum is led by Internet privacy experts Jules Polonetsky and Christopher Wolf and includes an advisory board comprised of leading figures from industry, academia, law and advocacy groups. FPF was launched in November 2008, and is supported by AOL, AT&T, The Better Advertising Project, Deloitte, eBay, Facebook, Intel, Lockeed Martin, Microsoft, The Nielsen Company, Verizon and Yahoo.

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