AGENDA: Trust, Identity and Data Privacy: A Multistakeholder Approach

 

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Trust, Identity and Data Privacy — A Multi-Stakeholder Approach: Protecting consumers, news, brands and democracy

Wed./Thur. | April 24-25, 2019
Pew Research Center
1615 L Street NW, 8th Floor, Washington DC 20036

       

WORKING AGENDA (times, program subject to change) 


 

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 — Situation analysis


1:00 pm
Welcome

  • Fran Wills, CEO, Local Media Consortium
  • Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, Board Chair, Information Trust Governing Association

1:15 pm …. Agenda and ground rules

  • Michelle De Mooy, privacy consultant

1:30 pm …. Why are we here? Tasks and goals for today and tomorrow

  • Facilitator: Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, ITEGA
  • Review and approve a privacy statement for adoption by publishers;
  • Discuss and approve plans for a tech stack including a federated single sign-on
    feature individual publishers can implement and an opt-in user data exchange;
  • Detail specific rules and processes for the governing nonprofit and for entities
    participating in the ecosystem (advertisers, publishers, etc).
  • Chart progress on Mozilla’s test of their global consent manager (GCM)  browser-plug in tool.

1:45 pm …  Who is in the room?

  • Facilitator: Michelle De Mooy, privacy consultant
  • Participants rapid-speak about what they bring and what they hope to take away from “Trust, Identity and Data Privacy.”

 2:30 pm  … Current research news on privacy and journalism  

  • Presenter: Lee Rainie, Director, Internet and Technology Research, Pew Research
    Center

3:00 pmDISCUSSION:  “Goven, litigate, regulate, legislate, cooperate — finding center on data privacy”

  • An open discussion facilitated by Chris Hendricks, president, Local Media Consortium designed to span viewpoints on data privacy. Including:
  • David Chavern, News Media Alliance
  • Johnny Ryan, Brave Inc. (browser maker)
  • Others TBD

3:45 pm …  Task group report out with with group discussion/feedback

  • Privacy Committee, chaired by privacy consultant Michelle De Mooy

4:30 pmThe daily wrap: What we’ve learned and setting Thursday’s agenda

  • Facilitators: Fran Wills, LMC | Jo Ellen Kaiser, ITEGA

Dinner on your own. Dinner discussions are encouraged!

— END OF DAY ONE —


Thursday, April 25, 2019 — Action Planning

8:30 amContinental Breakfast   and Networking  

  • Arrive in time to network

9:00 am … Opening Remarks / Setting Expectations

  • Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, ITEGA

9:15 am …  Task Group report out with group discussion/feedback

  • End-User Consent Committee, chaired by Mozilla’s Don Marti and EFF’s Andres
    Arrieta

10:00 amBREAK 

10:15 amTask Group report out with group discussion/feedback continued

  • Publisher Tech Stack Committee, chaired by former IAB Tech Lab Senior Director
    Brendan Riordan-Butterworth

11:00 amCommittee report out with group discussion/feedback continued

  • Governance Committee, chaired by ITEGA Executive Director Bill Densmore
11:45 am … Idea challenger: How real time bidding hurts consumers, monetizes bad sites
and enables ad fraud
  • Presenter: Johnny Ryan, Chief Policy and Industry Relations Officer at Brave

12:15 pm …. Box Lunch and discussion

1:15 pmReport from Mozilla’s test of their global consent browser-plug in tool

  • Don Marti, Mozilla
    Users need help managing their privacy preferences across multiple web services. Mozilla is testing “Global Consent Manager” — a browser tool for that purpose.Learn about the test and the surprising initial data about engagement.

1:45 pm … BREAKOUTS: Task Groups meet to review group feedback and determine
next steps

  • Vote with your feet and join one of the discussions among the four task groups listed below.

3:15 pm …  Task Group report outs

  • Privacy Task Group, chaired by privacy and data consultant Michelle de Mooy
  • End-User Consent Task Group, chaired by Mozilla’s Don Marti and EFF’s Andres
    Arrieta
  • Publisher Tech Stack Task Group, chaired by former IAB Tech Lab Senior Director
    Brendan Riordan-Butterworth (includes federated single-sign on) 
  • Governance Task Group, chaired by ITEGA Executive Director Bill Densmore

4:00 pm … Review/approval processes

  • Items for review: privacy statement, plans for tech stack, governance rights/ rules
  • Building consensus on methods for approving ITEGA ecosystem tech and governance

4:15 pm —  Wrap up and next step commitments

  • Fran Wills, Local Media Consortium CEO
  • Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, ITEGA Board Chair

4:30 pmADJOURN

NOTE:  Speakers and schedule subject to change 

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