A Germany-based data privacy consulting group yesterday presented its study to Vice President of the European Commission (EC) Viviane Reding, according to a company release. The study shows that while privacy officers at German companies agree with many components of the EC’s proposed data protection regulation, they question the ability to enforce them and also states that the group “confirms the effectiveness and efficacy of this model of entrepreneurial self-monitoring and control,” the report states. Managing director of 2B Advice says the “Data Protection Practice 2012” study aims to “help ensure that the practical experiences of data privacy officers in enterprises is included in European and international data protection and privacy legislation.”
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