For nearly half a century, organizations and governments have used the internationally accepted Fair Information Practice Principles to communicate their privacy goals to the world. Their influence is in nearly every adopted data protection legislation. IAPP Legal Extern Cheryl Saniuk-Heinig explored the history of FIPPs and examined the current impact of two FIPPs — Collection Limitation and Use Limitation — in privacy regulation today. While they’ve evolved, “FIPPs have consistently emphasized control over personal information, the information life cycle and individuals’ rights regarding their personal information,” Saniuk-Heinig wrote.
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