The Federal Trade Commission has released the final agenda for PrivacyCon 2018. The third annual PrivacyCon will focus on the privacy implications of artificial intelligence, the internet of things and virtual reality, while also highlighting the economics of privacy, such as quantifying harm when organizations do not properly protect consumer data. The conference will host sessions on the collection and leakage of private data, consumer preferences and research tools related to privacy management. This year's event will also have a Student Poster Session designed to encourage a new wave of privacy researchers. PrivacyCon 2018 will take place Feb. 28.
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