Matt's Request for Participation in FTC Online Profiling Conference
Session III: The Role of Self Regulation. This session will examine the potential of self-regulation as a means of addressing the privacy concerns raised by online profiling. This session will also examine ways in which profiling technology can be deployed to promote adherence to fair information practices. Current efforts to implement fair information practices in the profiling industry will be discussed.
WHO FTC IS LOOKING FOR
To the extent possible, staff of the Department of Commerce and the Federal Trade Commission will select panelists to represent the following affected interests, as well as any other interests that staff may identify and deem appropriate for representation. ..For Session III: online profiling companies; Web site operators; online advertisers; Internet "portal" sites; industry groups; consumer and privacy advocacy groups.
How will you contribute to the balance of interests?
Do you have expertise or knowledge of the issues that are in focus?
Does the party adequately reflect the views of the affected industry which it purports to represent, not simply a single entity or firm within that interest.
The party has been designated by one or more interested parties as a party who shares group interests with the designators.