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How can we best achieve accountability for best practices or standards for commercial handling of consumer data? Can consumer access to and correction of their data be made cost effective?
Are there specific accountability or enforcement regimes that are particularly Exploring consumer What potential benefits and concerns are raised by Exploring consumer business models built around the collection and use of consumer health information?
What, if any, legal protections do consumers expect apply to their personal health information when they conduct online searches, respond to surveys or quizzes, seek medical advice online, participate in chat groups or health networks, or otherwise?
What standards should apply to the collection and uses of such information? Should information about children and teenagers be subject to different standards and, if so, what should they be?
The questions for comment in conjunction with the second roundtable were: What role do privacy enhancing technologies play in addressing Internet-related privacy concerns?
Consider the efficacy of technological innovations in areas such as identity management systems, new means of providing consumer notice and choice, and emerging methods of ensuring accountability in data usage.
In framing comments, consider the costs and benefits of privacy-enhancing technologies in the following contexts: If privacy enhancing technologies do play a role in resolving privacy concerns, discuss whether and how to create incentives for the development and adoption of such technologies, and ways to ensure they are effective and useful to consumers.
What challenges do innovations in the digital environment pose for consumer privacy, and how can those challenges be addressed without stifling innovation or otherwise undermining benefits to consumers? For example, consider the technology and business practices that enable greater collection, use, and distribution of consumer data, including evolving methods of observation and tracking; techniques for correlating data, including the re-identification of anonymized data; the merging of data between on-line and off-line environments; and the emergence of third-party application developers in online platform environments.
What risks, concerns, and benefits arise from the collection, sharing, and use of consumer information? Are there commonly understood or recognized consumer expectations about how information concerning consumers is collected and used? Do consumers have certain general expectations about the collection and use of their information when they browse the Internet, participate in social networking services, obtain products from retailers both online and offline, or use mobile communications devices?
Is there empirical data that allows us reliably to measure any such consumer expectations? How determinative should consumer expectations be in developing policies about privacy? Do the existing legal requirements and self-regulatory regimes in the United States today adequately protect consumer privacy interests?
If not, what are the particular privacy interests that warrant increased protection? How have changes in technology, and in the way consumer data is collected, stored, and shared, affected consumer privacy?
What are the costs, benefits, and feasibility of technological innovations, such as browser-based controls, that enable consumers to exercise control over information collection?
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