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Daily Dashboard | Why Attempts To Physically Control Data Make No Sense Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment

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“With cloud computing, many fear losing control. True, supply chains may be complex … However, users can retain control in cloud computing—depending,” writes cloud computing expert Kuan Hon in this Privacy Tracker post. Using examples of the evolution of the EU Data Protection Directive and cases from the EU Court of Justice and the Danish Data Protection Agency, Hon outlines reasons the data export restriction and the “transfer to a third country” provisions are antiquated in today’s technological environment. “Nowadays, physically confining data to the EEA does not equate to or guarantee data protection. Yet vast amounts of time and resources are poured into compliance with the restriction, which could be better spent on improving information security,” Hon writes. (IAPP member login required.) Editor's Note: The IAPP and TRUSTe will present a free web conference, The Role of Privacy Seals and Certifications in Building Trust and Global Interoperability, on May 8.
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