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Privacy by design : essential for organizational accountability and strong business practices

Author: Ann CavoukianMartin E AbramsScott TaylorCentre for Information Policy Leadership.Hewlett-Packard (Canada)All authors
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario, 2009
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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The proposition that "privacy is good for business" is one that is enshrined in all Fair Information Practices (FIPs) around the world and, through them, in the many laws and organizational practices upon which they are based. By setting out universal principles for handling personal data, FIPs seek to ensure the privacy of individuals and to promote the free flow of personal data and, through them the growth of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Cavoukian; Martin E Abrams; Scott Taylor; Centre for Information Policy Leadership.; Hewlett-Packard (Canada); Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario.
OCLC Number: 632164630
Description: 1 online resource (ii, 15 pages : illustrations)
Contents: Foreword --
Introduction --
Convergence of accountability and privacy by design --
The essential elements of accountability --
Privacy by design: 7 foundational principles --
Leadership companies are demonstrating privacy by design --
Privacy by design, an HP example --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: [Ann Cavoukian, Martin E. Abrams, Scott Taylor] ; Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. ; Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario ; Centre for Information Policy Leadership.
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The proposition that "privacy is good for business" is one that is enshrined in all Fair Information Practices (FIPs) around the world and, through them, in the many laws and organizational practices upon which they are based. By setting out universal principles for handling personal data, FIPs seek to ensure the privacy of individuals and to promote the free flow of personal data and, through them the growth of commerce. The enduring confidence of individuals, business partners and regulators in organizations' data-handling practices is a function of their ability to express the FIPs' core requirements. These are: to limit collection, use and disclosure of personal data; to involve individuals in the data lifecycle, and to apply appropriate safeguards in a thoroughgoing manner. These requirements, in turn, are premised upon organizational openness and accountability. The ultimate results - which are highly desirable - include enhanced trust, improved efficiencies, greater innovation, and a heightened competitive advantage. Privacy is good for business.

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