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Daily Dashboard | The Problem at the Heart of the Privacy Profession Related reading: CFPB releases Consumer Protection Principles on financial data sharing

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“Those of you who follow the IAPP’s Privacy List may have recently seen a fascinating exchange among privacy experts opining on whether employee IDs and employee names should be classified as personally identifiable information (PII). As I followed the exchange, it became clear that I was seeing a near perfect illustration of an enormous problem at the heart of our profession,” Brooks Dobbs, CIPP/US, writes in this installment for Privacy Perspectives. “Simply stated, as privacy professionals, we generally believe our jobs revolve around maintaining controls for the appropriate use and disclosure of either PII or personal data, but we can’t agree on what those terms mean.”
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