Privacy Advisor

Notes from the IAPP President

03.01.2011
I cannot recall a time in the past decade when there has been so much activity in the field of privacy. This month’s Privacy Advisor articles cover a breadth of topics, including the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Commerce privacy reports, the use of analytics and privacy enhancing technologies, recent rulings in Canadian and Israeli courts and a case coming up in the U.S. Supreme Court. All of this activity creates substantial challenges for our members.

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