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Daily Dashboard | FPF releases assessment of Seattle's open data program Related reading: White House, industry reveal more details on US privacy framework

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The Future of Privacy Forum released its City of Seattle Open Data Risk Assessment, a holistic assessment that aims to help city officials navigate the complexities of privacy-protective open data programs and address the privacy risk of the landscape. FPF Policy Counsel, former IAPP Westin Fellow, and lead author of the assessment Kelsey Finch, CIPP/US, said, “Although there is a growing body of research on open data privacy, open data managers and departmental data owners need to be able to employ a standardized methodology for assessing the privacy risks and benefits of particular datasets." She added: “The City of Seattle is one of the most innovative cities in the country, with an engaged and civic-minded citizenry, active urban leadership, and a technologically sophisticated business community.”
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