International Privacy Discussions Could Have Local Impact
PRIVACYApril 1, 2010
In "Two days in Washington, DC, looking at the future of privacy" on OpenForum.com.au, Malcolm Crompton, CIPP, describes the issues raised during discussions at the 10th anniversary of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the third U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) privacy roundtable. He points out that the role of the privacy professional is only going to become more difficult. Looking forward, Crompton writes, "There will be more talk, but by the end of the year we may well have a view emerging on what is needed. And the reverberations will be felt well beyond the borders of the United States."