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  1. 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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  2. 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.

      ||VladaR||||AndrijanaG||||Jovan||||MarcoLotti||||AndrijanaG||

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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'.

  3. Sep 2020
    1. Companies relying on SCCs will have to begin the case-by-case assessments of their transfers to determine whether the protections in the U.S. or any country without an adequacy determination meet EU standards in the context of the specific transfer.

      To continue the concept that I've outlined in the page note, this doesn't mean anything to me as a webmaster and as a business owner. What exactly do I need to do/implement? Should I remove the Google services or are some of them ok, can I host my website in the US, what happens if I'm using Cloudflare etc...

    2. A brainstorming/question/proposal.

      This issue with Privacy shield going down has created a lot of buzz in technical community and I have first hand knowledge of European companies removing Google Analytics and related services from their websites which is a very big deal ad has consequences on business process among many other things. Since there is a lot of misunderstanding about the implications of this court decision, can we write something which is more tangible and useful for the average user than majority of texts I've came across on the web that go into detail explaining the rulings but not really explaining what operationally this means for website owners - similarly what happened when GDPR appeared. This could be one of those nice trending/visiting articles that can generate visibility for a long time.

      I would target a slightly wider audience of webmasters and business owners who are not into legal vocabulary but more in "what do I have to do now" and why the shouldn't rush into panic.

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  4. Jul 2020
    1. So far 24 African countries, out of 53, adopted laws and regulations to protect personal data, and the number is slowly rising. The 2016 EU General Data Protection Regulation stands as a model for many.

      Do we have any mapping of data regulation?

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  5. May 2020