Operationalizing data subject rights can be a complex and risky endeavor. Advocacy organization Consumer Reports has not only been working on policy with states like California, but also with industry on standardizing consumer data rights. With a number of companies in the privacy technology vendor space, CR is announcing the open standard called the Data Rights Protocol. It is also in the early stages of acting as an authorized agent on behalf of consumers, with a service called Permission Slip. IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, talks with Associate Director of Product R&D for Consumer Reports' Digital Lab Ginny Fahs and Technology Policy Director Justin Brookman to learn about their open-sourced protocol and what they’re doing to help both consumers and organizations operationalize data subject rights.
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