Privacy Advisor

A simple guide to EU privacy

07.01.2010
How can data privacy requirements in the European Union be a driver for data privacy initiatives worldwide? What does it mean to have a Data Privacy Directive for EU member states, and how does this really work in practice? There are no privacy directives worldwide that really match that of the European Union. The Data Protection Directive facilitates harmonization of member states’ laws in providing consistent levels of protections for citizens and ensuring the free flow of personal data within the European Union.

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