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National Privacy Research Strategy outlines US privacy research agenda

Via FTC:  “The White House recently released the first ever United States “National Privacy Research Strategy,” which identifies priorities for privacy research funded by the Federal government. While focused on government, the strategy is also intended to spur similar private sector efforts. I participated in the working group that developed the strategy and am excited to see it published. The NPRS makes the case for why privacy research is important.  It calls for funding for privacy research, coordination across government agencies, and mechanisms to facilitate the alignment of privacy research with real-world requirements. The NPRS outlines seven national privacy research priorities and provides a set of research questions in support of each priority…”

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