Thus far, we have introduced part one, part two and part three of the closing keynote at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive in London, UK, which explored the future of data collection and use, notice and choice in a world that is increasingly connected and populated with devices that collect data without interfaces and without off buttons. Here, we polish off the series with parts four and five in one grand resolution. In part four, a seated regulator finally gets to make his feelings heard. Dutch DPA Jacob Kohnstamm expresses his reservations with this focus on use, and in part five, former UK ICO Richard Thomas and Microsoft’s Peter Cullen, CIPP/US, bring the conversation full circle. Looking to see the entire conversation from start to finish? Check out our London Data Protection Intensive 2014 playlist here.
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