The Future of Privacy Forum announced it is accepting nominations for its first Award for Research Data Stewardship. The award recognizes privacy research collaborations between organizations and academic researchers. “Increasingly, the challenges facing our society — health, transportation, education — are being addressed by independent research on consumer data collected by private companies,” said FPF CEO Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US. “This award recognizes projects that minimize potential privacy risks while helping academics access corporate data for research that benefits society.” Nominations must be submitted by Feb. 20. The award will be presented April 6 in Washington.
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