Martin Abrams knows a little something about information privacy and consumer policy. Over the course of the last 40-plus years, Abrams has had his hands in a number of initiatives, including as co-founder and president of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership and founder of the Information Accountability Foundation. He took part in the development of the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules and the OECD Working Party on Information Security and Privacy. Abram's work on transparency and accountability has been influential on policymakers around the world.
At the latest Global Privacy Assembly in Bermuda, Abrams announced he was retiring from his full-time position at the IAF and taking more time to be with his family. IAPP Editorial Director Jedidiah Bracy caught up with Abrams to take a look back at his career, the changes he's seen in information policy and where he thinks data policy and regulation are heading.
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