Ten simple ways to improve worldwide privacy protection

Nineteen renowned privacy experts from the US and the EU have developed ten practical proposals to increase the transatlantic level of protection of personal data. Most proposals can be implemented within existing different legal systems and are applicable worldwide. It concerns pragmatic bridges that benefit people, companies, governments and supervisory authorities.

Country: Global

Domains: Privacy

Tags: data protection, proposals, privacy, best practices

Posted on Tuesday 13 June 2017

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