Rick Mitchell reports:
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has released updated privacy guidelines with an increased focus on implementation and enforcement and a new risk-management approach to accountability for companies and public organizations, practitioners told Bloomberg BNA Sept. 11.
Posted on the OECD’s website Sept. 9, the updated guidelines replace the 33-year-old original guidelines. The new guidelines maintain the 1980 version’s goal of protecting privacy as a fundamental condition for cross-border data flows, but they are “modernized” and “take account of a very important shift, to a data-driven economy in the world,” said Anne Carblanc, head of OECD’s Information, Communications and Consumer Policy Division.
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