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As the closing keynote at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit last week, the panel discussion hosted by IAPP VP of Research and Education Omer Tene was highly anticipated—and didn’t disappoint. In a too-brief 20 minutes, Article 29 Working Party Chairwoman and CNIL President Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, UK Information Commissioner Christopher Graham and Dutch DPA Jacob Kohnstamm were largely civil but definitely sparred over ideas central to European data protection regulation reform and its impact on the U.S. and the global economy. The Privacy Advisor highlights the big topics: the future of Safe Harbor; whether we will see a “one-stop shop” as part of the new regulation in Europe; differing philosophies on collection and use, and whether a “risk-based” approach to regulation is more appropriate than a heavily proscribed set of rules for data handling.
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