White Paper on Principles for a Revised U.S. Privacy Framework
The Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP has issued a white paper on Ten Principles for a Revised U.S. Privacy Framework.
CIPL believes that the use of personal information and privacy can most effectively be regulated at the federal level, and puts forward ten principles that should be included in any new federal privacy framework to ensure appropriate protection for consumers while facilitating the digital economy, innovation and the responsible use of data.
Download the full paper to read more about the principles and why these are essential for inclusion in a new federal U.S. privacy framework.
Source: CIPL Issues White Paper on Principles for a Revised U.S. Privacy Framework | Privacy & Information Security Law Blog