The concept of privacy by design is gaining traction. Last week, the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario announced a lineup of Privacy by Design Ambassadors that includes the likes of European Data Protection Supervisor Peter Hustinx, New Zealand Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff and many other leading minds from industry, academia and government. Privacy by design expert Ken Anderson attributes the traction to the fact that "the benefits of privacy by design are so profound." In this Q&A, the Daily Dashboard speaks with Anderson, of the Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office of Ontario. He discusses who should be paying attention to the principles of privacy by design and why.
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