A Day In the Life of Christopher Graham
PRIVACY—UKFebruary 10, 2012
Highlighting the frantic schedule of a regulator, UK Information Commissioner Christopher Graham shares a snapshot of a week of his life with Public Service Europe. Among the many public and personal duties he fulfills, Graham meets with the communications commissioner to discuss "cookies" and the new privacy and electronic communications rules; composes a rebuttal letter on the Leveson inquiry; drafts another letter to local government leaders to promote data protection due diligence; attends his reelection as Article 29 Working Party vice chairman, and hears a "very interesting presentation" by the U.S. FTC demonstrating the need for "a more global approach to global phenomena." Editor's Note: Graham will be a panelist at the preconference workshop Advanced Topics in European Privacy at next month's Global Privacy Summit.