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  1. Dec 2020
    1. Privacy Topics

      This is an interesting list of terms related to privacy. We may use it for our thesaurus as terms that describe privacy better.

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  2. Nov 2020
    1. The draft PDPL also specifically provides various data protection principles, including transparency, fairness, purpose limitation, data minimization, limited retention, data accuracy and accountability.  

      Chinese data protection law outlines a number of data principles ||Jovan|| ||Katarina_An|| ||MarcoLotti||

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  3. Oct 2020
    1. Relevant points in this document

      • 5 eyes (Australia, Canada, USA, UK, New Zealand) are joint by Japan and India
      • against end-to-end encryption for two reasons: a) companies cannot enforce their internal rules on content moderation; b) law enforcement agencies cannot enforce laws.
      • problems should be solved on the way how applications are designed
      • need to solve problem of encryption via standards
      • argue that they can both protect privacy and limit encryption.

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    1. Treating big tech as a monopolistic monolith does not make sense when some markets are competitive. Nor does banning tech firms from entering adjacent new markets—as a recent congressional report proposed. Better for governments to ensure that users have control over their data, and then vigorously tackle the areas like search and social media where monopolies have taken hold

      be restrictive with anti-monopolies. Build anit-monopoly around protection of data.

      Cross-cutting linkage: data governance - anti-monopoly

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    1. The Hindu text provides balanced analysis of the reaction of Facebook on the movie 'The Social Media'. On the policy side, this movie opens the question of privacy, anti-trust regulation, and mental health.

      Facebook follows its standard rhetorics by shifting discussion in the past - 'the efforts already taken' - and the future - 'we are working to change this'.