The book explores the social, political, and legal implications of the collection and use of personal information in computer databases.
This white paper elaborates on these conclusions, explains what we learned from the survey, and makes a number of recommendations based both on CIPL’s earlier policy work on accountability and the responses to the survey.
Framework addresses the need for a set of concrete guidelines to ensure the trustworthy and safe use of this technology.
In this paper we discuss why data minimization is key to protecting privacy and explain how it can reduce the harm of data collection and exploitation.
Privacy design strategies aim to translate vague legal norms in concrete design requirements. They provide talking points to explore the design of the system. They guide the initial design
sketches into a privacy-friendly direction, forcing one to make fundamental design choices early on.
This report aims to raise the awareness of the general audience and serve as a resource to policy shapers and practitioners in the public and private sectors to help frame the debate around data.