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How to avoid privacy ‘black swans’

In January 2017, the National Institute of Standards and Technology published its Privacy Risk Management Framework , helping to further focus attention on applying risk management principals to issues of privacy. Similarly, the International Standards Organization had previously published a privacy framework addressing many of the privacy elements necessary in understanding and applying a risk-based approach to privacy risk, especially its comprehensive treatment of the myriad facets of personally identifiable information.

Source: How to avoid privacy ‘black swans’

Telegram App Agrees to Register in Russia, but Not to Share Private Data

Pavel Durov, founder of the Telegram messaging app, agreed on Wednesday for his firm to be registered in Russia after coming under pressure from the authorities to do so, but said it would not share confidential user data with anyone.

Source: Telegram App Agrees to Register in Russia, but Not to Share Private Data – The New York Times

Monitoring of approved codes of conduct

Let us assume for a moment that we have a perfect code of conduct, the best that you could ever write, already approved, recorded and released by the supervisory authority, and so – at this point – you should only “hope” that itwill be adopted by users for which it was drawn.

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How ICANN is manipulating its GDPR discussions

As this blog post shows, ICANN’s management is now thinking about how to comply with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). They’d better be. Everyone knows ICANN’s Whois policies, which require registries and registrars to provide indiscriminate public access to personal data about domain name registrants, violate European privacy laws.

Source: How ICANN is manipulating its GDPR discussions

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