The Future of Privacy Forum has put out a call to those seeking consideration for its 10th annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award. Privacy scholars and authors are invited to enter submissions for the award, which recognizes the year’s leading privacy research and analysis that has practical implications for policymakers in U.S. Congress, federal agencies and data protection authorities internationally. Papers are judged on both scholarly merit and for potential solutions and insight for policymakers' use. The deadline for professional submissions is Oct. 4 and Oct. 25 for students.
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