Many countries have no standard privacy regulations; others have some. But before new regulations can be implemented or existing ones enforced, a “culture of privacy” needs to be created in which “respect for each other’s rights around personal data becomes second nature to people,” writes KPMG's Husna Siddiqi, CIPP/E. Fostering this culture means embedding the concept of privacy in our day-to-day lives, she adds. In this piece for Privacy Perspectives, Siddiqi debunks her top-three privacy and data protection myths.
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