Privacy Advisor

Managing global data privacy

01.01.2010
Successive revolutions in information technology raise new challenges, risks, and opportunities for consumer privacy protection. Perhaps the most basic question is how these new technologies are changing the actual practices of companies in processing personal information. After all, emerging technologies can make legal regulations obsolete or out-of-date. The consequences can be ineffective regulation and a waste of corporate resources without meaningful protections for consumer privacy.

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