In a blog post for The Huffington Post, Microsoft’s Scott Charney discusses the future of commercial data privacy models, a topic he also discussed at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit in March. Because the availability of data is “rapidly changing how businesses operate,” a “whole range of new privacy challenges” have presented themselves, while the rules on privacy haven’t kept pace, Charney writes. While notice and consent are important, they are antiquated models that overly burden the user. The way forward? Increased organizational accountability, new enforcement models and a focus on risk assessments, to start.
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