OPC Therrien: As digital life grows, so goes privacy

(Sep 9, 2020) In an op-ed originally for Read More

GSA releases draft framework for US data ethics

(Sep 4, 2020) The U.S. General Services Administration published its draft Data Ethics Framework to guide the government on making ethical decisions when managing or using... Read More

CIPL issues pandemic-related US privacy law considerations

(Aug 25, 2020) Hunton Andrews Kurth's Centre for Information Policy Leadership published a Read More

EDPB releases opinion on codes of conduct monitoring bodies

(Aug 18, 2020) The European Data Protection Board has published its opinion on draft accreditation requirements for the codes of conduct monitoring bodies submitted by the ... Read More

A forgotten right gets into action in UK A-Level controversy

(Aug 17, 2020) For the past 69 years, U.K. families with school leavers have experienced the same mid-August ritual. Their steadily building anxiety would reach its climax ... Read More

How to utilize PIAs to limit institutional discrimination and bias

(Jun 18, 2020) Privacy impact assessments are used to identify and reduce risks associated with processing data related to a person. In this piece for Privacy Perspectives,... Read More

Utilizing PIAs to limit institutional discrimination and bias

(Jun 18, 2020) I view privacy as sitting at the convergence of what is legal, what is possible and what is ethical regarding the composition of what makes a person unique. ... Read More

Vendor platform emphasizes importance of data ethics

(Jun 15, 2020) The EU General Data Protection Regulation, California Consumer Privacy Act and other privacy laws around the world have a wide set of compliance requirements... Read More

Platform highlights importance of data ethics

(Jun 15, 2020) While adhering to privacy legislation continues to be important, Sentinel Co-Founder and Vice President of Strategy Aaron Weller, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP, w... Read More

Microsoft halts facial recognition sales to law enforcement

(Jun 12, 2020) The Washington Post reports Microsoft President Brad Smith announced the company won't sell its facial-recognition software to law enforcement. As Microsoft ... Read More