A coalition of U.S. tech companies and government agencies is joining forces with 11 other countries to develop consumer privacy-by-design international standards as part of ISO Project Committee 317. The U.S. will work with the U.K., China, Canada and other countries to create the global standard and will be represented by its Technical Advisory Group. "ISO/PC 317 will complement the efforts of the European GDPR standard aiming to aid in the prevention of data breaches while giving consumers more control over the use of their data," U.S. TAG to ISO/PC 317 Chair Rik Parker said. "By being involved from the outset, the U.S. can be sure that this international standard is practical, well-conceived, and adoptable across complex organizations."
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