February 26: Oakland DAC Privacy Policy Framework Meeting

City of Oakland Seeks Public Input on DAC Privacy Policy Framework

Wednesday, February 26
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Oakland City Hall
City Council Chambers
14th & Broadway

How do you envision policy about surveillance in Oakland?

Would you like Oakland to be a Surveillance-Free City?

Think about what you want for Oakland, and bring your ideas to the meeting. Create your own framework!

This is how the city would like to frame the conversation – from an email from Joe DeVries, Assistant to the City Administrator:

This is the first public comment meeting on the City-Port Domain Awareness Center (DAC) Privacy and Data Retention Policy Framework.

Based on testimony received at City Council Meetings and in writing, staff prepared a framework for discussion and public comment. The input received during this and subsequent meetings will be incorporated into the draft policy that will be forwarded to the City Council for review.

View the privacy policy framework.

For questions about the meeting or the draft framework please contact Joe DeVries at (510) 238-3083 or at jdevries@oaklandnet.com

“…the goal of the meeting is to get input from participants about what they think needs to be included in a privacy policy, hear comments on what we have drafted thus far, and answer any clarifying questions about the process. If you have any specific questions between now and Wednesday, feel free to email or call me.”

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3 thoughts on “February 26: Oakland DAC Privacy Policy Framework Meeting

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  2. The only good DAC is a dead DAC.

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