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Posted in Cybersecurity Mark BrennanBret Cohen

NTIA Seeks Comment on New, Outcome-Based Privacy Approach

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) issued a Request for Comments (RFC) on a new consumer privacy approach that is designed to focus on outcomes instead of prescriptive mandates. The RFC presents an important opportunity for organizations to provide legal and policy input to the administration, and comments are due October 26.The RFC notes … Continue Reading
Posted in Data Protection & Privacy

Future-Proofing Privacy: The New Accountability Regime

Background of the notion of accountability

Accountability has been described by the Article 29 Working Party as a way of “showing how responsibility is exercised and making this verifiable”.

Accountability is far from being a new concept. It was introduced back in 1980 in the OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data.

In 2010, … Continue Reading

Posted in Data Protection & Privacy, Policy & Regulation Sarah TaiebMac Macmillan

Part 7: The New Accountability Regime

Background of the notion of accountability

Accountability has been described by the Article 29 Working Party as a way of “showing how responsibility is exercised and making this verifiable”.

Accountability is far from being a new concept. It was introduced back in 1980 in the OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data.

In 2010, … Continue Reading