Privacy Committee

The Privacy Committee makes recommendations on policies, programs, practices and actions that impact residents, workers, and small business.

Meets: As needed. No regular meeting time currently scheduled
Chair: Beryl Fernandes
Key Action Items for 2014: 1) Comment on the Seattle Privacy Coalition proposal to City Council for a Chief Privacy Officer and staff for a Privacy Board; 2) Help raise awareness and narrow the issue of privacy beginning with a Privacy Symposium, a public education event with an online discussion forum continuing after the symposium, with a view to identifying actionable items at the local level and by the City; and 3) Review of web privacy policy.

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Meeting Notes: CTTAB Privacy Committee Meeting 9/3/2014, SMT 2750, 6:00-7:30PM Attendees 1. Beryl Fernandes, Chair 2. Brian Hsi 3. Colette Taylor 4. Phil Mocek 5. Garrett Cobarr 6. Ginger Armbruster AGENDA 1. Decide on a formal name for this group: voted and approved CTTAB Privacy Committee 2. Email from CM Harrell’s office: thank you for […]
CTTAB PRIVACY COMMITTEE (CPC) – 2014 ACTIVITIES Prepared by Beryl Fernandes, Chair Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Chair of the City Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, communicated to CTTAB in 2013 and again in 2014 that “Privacy” was one of the Council’s priorities. At its annual work plan meeting March 11, 2014, the CTTAB […]
We have just added the committee page for the ad hoc Privacy Committee to the CTTAB web site and subscription for the committee email list, which is currently set to allow conversation on the list. In May, CTTAB was asked to comment on the Seattle Privacy Coalition proposal to City Council for a Chief Privacy […]
April 8th meeting minutes.  Topics covered include: Public Comment, Interim Department of Information Technology Director, Comcast cable refranchising, Hacking events, Seattle Channel programs and diversity, and committee reports on broadband, tech matching fund grants, Get Online for jobs education, privacy, and public engagement, status of board positions. These resources were mentioned in the meeting: Hack […]