Lauren Smith, CIPP/US
Lauren Smith is Policy Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum. Her projects at FPF include big data and the Internet of Things, where she focuses on connected cars and health technology. Prior to working at FPF, Lauren was a Policy Advisor in the White House Office of Science and Technology, where she played a core role in the White House Big Data report, the launch of the Precision Medicine Initiative, and policy initiatives around privacy, intellectual property, regulatory policy, and innovation for global development. She was previously a Research Associate for Economic Policy at the Center for American Progress. Lauren is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the UC Berkeley School of Law, where she earned a Certificate in Law and Technology.
Contributions by Lauren Smith
The Privacy Web Woven by Autonomous Vehicles
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019
The Growing Data and Mobility Ecosystem
Moderator at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018
Cracking the Toughest Nut in a DPIA: Identifying Specific Harms
Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018
New Developments in Privacy for the Connected Car
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2017
Defining Data Ethics in an Observational Age
Moderator at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016
Social Listening: Should There Be Privacy in Public Data?
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2016
Algorithmic transparency: Examining from within and without