Other priorities include establishing a standard definition of personal information, as well as to allocate more resources and infrastructure to the Federal Trade Commission. This will be for technology, research, as well as improved criminal law enforcement to combat child predators, identity theft, and other digital criminal offenses. Additionally, goals include resolving the conflict between privacy and online youth safety and encouraging accountable online business models
Not all privacy advocates believe that the Future of Privacy Forum's proposal has civil liberties at the foremost. "I think we want to keep the government out of the data collection business," said Jeff Chester, executive director of the privacy group Center for Digital Democracy. As Chester was quoted Thursday in MediaPost , the agenda does not take into account civil liberties, referencing a "Big Brother state we'd rather keep as fiction."