Panelists and presentations below will be updated based on individual confirmations.
Join us on IRC (irc.w3.org, #privacy channel) for taking minutes and backchannel conversation.
Monday, November 26th
2pm - 3:30pm
- Introductions around the room: What is, can and should be the role of standards in policy?
- Frederik Borgesius, University of Amsterdam, paper
4pm - 5:30pm
What impacts can Do Not Track and privacy standards have on the Web?
- David Wainberg, Network Advertising Initiative, paper
- Frank Wagner, Deutsche Telecom, paper
- Reed Freeman, ESPC, paper
Tuesday, November 27th
User Studies and User Concerns
9:30am - 11:00am
Panel of presentations based on empirical studies, with time for questions and discussion: What can user studies tell us about privacy concerns and user behaviors?
- Chris Hoofnagle, UC Berkeley, paper
- Max Kilger, Experian, paper
- Pedro G. Leon and Blase Ur, Carnegie Mellon University, paper
- Berin Szoka, TechFreedom, paper
Two sub-sessions: 11am - 12:30pm; 1:30pm - 3:00pm.
Presentations and discussions of tools, technologies and standards for online privacy. Can we build effective "self-help" tools for user control? Are there promising directions for standardization of mechanisms for transparency?
Tools for User Control
- Mike Perry, The Tor Project, paper
- Nicholas Weaver, UC Berkeley, paper
- Joe Hall, Center for Democracy & Technology, paper
Mechanisms for Transparency
3:30pm - 5pm
How should we chart our future work for privacy, standards and the Web? Including additional time for open discussions.