NATIONAL PRIVACY RESEARCH STRATEGY
The National Privacy Research Strategy was released on July 1, 2016. The strategy calls for research along a continuum of challenges, from how people understand privacy in different situations and how their privacy needs can be formally specified, to how these needs can be addressed, to how to mitigate and remediate the effects when privacy expectations are violated.
CCC Community Report for a National Privacy Research Strategy
In May 2015, the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) released a report “Towards a Privacy Research Roadmap for the Computing Community.” This report, developed by members of the privacy research community, outlines a suggested roadmap for privacy research and was provided to NITRD as input to the National Privacy Research Strategy. Further information can be found at http://www.cccblog.org/2015/05/11/ccc-community-report-for-a-national-privacy-research-strategy/
National Privacy Research Strategy Workshop
- National Privacy Research Strategy Workshop, NCO/NITRD, Arlington, VA (February 18-20, 2015).
Request for Information on National Privacy Research Strategy
On September 18, 2014, on behalf of the agencies, the CSIA R&D SSG published a Request for Information on the NPRS. The RFI is posted at https://federalregister.gov/a/2014-22239 or can be downloaded here. Deadline for submission to this RFI was October 17, 2014.
Submissions received to the RFI on National Privacy Research Strategy:
- Aasha Abraham
- ACM Public Policy Coucil
- Ann Racuya – Robbins
- Baskerville Alashoor Zhu
- Center for Democracy and Technology
- CMU Faculty
- Crossler Belanger
- Dusko Pavlovic
- Elchemy RedJack
- Electronic Privacy Information Center
- Felten Huey Narayanan
- Georgia Tech Research Institute
- Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
- International Association of Privacy Professionals
- Jason Hong
- Kobsa UCIrvine
- Lee Sokolsky
- McKenna McKnight Chauncey
- Mulligan Nissenbaum
- Valecha Lee Rao
- World Privacy Forum
The CSIA R&D SSG would like to thank all responders to this RFI. The submissions will be used to inform the development of the National Privacy Research Strategy.