- Israel's Privacy Protection Authority announced a public consultation on its guide for data protection impact assessments. The guide is aimed at any company deploying projects or technologies that require use of personal data, calling on them to identify and reduce privacy risks through evaluation. Public comments are due Sept. 30.
- South Korea’s Personal Information Protection Commission opened a public consultation related to amendments made to the notice on activities involving pseudonymized data. The amendments are aimed at clarifying proper pseudonymization practices and simplify the ability to export pseudonymous data.
- The U.K. government published the second iteration of its digital identity trust framework, which will work to create a certified and secure process for identity verification for digital services.
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