The Open Privacy Research Society (Open Privacy for short) is a non-profit Canadian group based in Vancouver, British Columbia. They believe that moral systems enable consent. Their society exists to invent, create, build, test, publish, deploy, promote, and to encourage the development of such systems.
Their mission is:
- To conduct scientific research advancing the area of privacy and anonymity as they relate to computer science and computer security.
- To create and publish free and open source software that realizes our research and to make this software available and useful to the general public.
- To promote good privacy and computer security practices through official publications, media outreach, and public speaking.