Committee on Data Privacy Law and Regulation
The Data Science Association Committee on Data Privacy Law and Regulation is seeking members to join us to help guide and influence the next generation of law and regulation for big data, data privacy, algorithms, machine learning, and more. Our goal is to protect personal data privacy from both government and business while keeping the significant benefits of big data.
If you would like to join email Committee Chair Attorney David Gochman, Esq. (email@example.com) or contact us here.
At this time we are working on new data privacy and surveillance legislation in the U.S. Congress. Here is a link to the text of H.R.3361 - USA FREEDOM Act that passed the House May 22, 2014.
Below are information and proposed legislation links:
FISA Improvements Act of 2013 - S. 1631.
Video of U.S. Senate Committee on Intelligence Hearing June 5, 2014 on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Reforms.
Testimony of Dean Garfield of ITI Before U.S. Senate Committee on Intelligence June 5, 2014 on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Reforms.
US White House Big Data Privacy Report 2014.
US White House Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Report 2012.
US White House Big Data - A Technological Perspective Report 2014.
FISC 2004 Court Opinion Approving NSA Bulk Data Collection NSA Bulk Data Collections.
Who Has Your Back 2014 - Protecting Your Data From Government Requests.
Amicus Brief - No Evidence of NSA Bulk Data Collections Success in Preventing Harm.
Global Principles for Governments Collecting Private Sector Data from Commercial Entities.
Amicus Brief - Surveillance Experts.
Amicus Brief - NACDL - Parallel Construction - NSA to DOJ.