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Daily Dashboard | The impact of public privacy on corporate governance Related reading: Data-processing agreements from 30,000 feet

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New to the IAPP Resource Center is the research paper "The impact of public privacy on corporate governance: How recent findings in the Common Thread Network can impact corporate directors," by Jason Woywada, CIPP/C, CIPM. The paper explores research pointing to a gap between public values of privacy and current corporate behavior, related to countries' adoption of extraterritorial regulations and cross-border cooperation. Offering a review of recent mass market surveys from the Common Thread Network and assessing the risk of further regulatory change to organizations, the paper also provides initial recommendations to address the implications of this gap between public values and organizational behaviors — investment in corporate governance being one.
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