An Educational Blog About Information Accountability

In 2021, the Policy Currents will Blow Hard from Numerous Directions

A generation ago privacy was much simpler.  By “a generation ago,” I mean the beginning of this century.  Yes, the ...

Dynamic Data Security Should Be the Policy Default: Dynamic Data Obscurity Revisited

The IAF used the phrase “Dynamic Data Obscurity” in 2015 when I organized a Washington dialog and a Brussels session.   With Schrems ...

The Movement Towards Demonstrable Accountability – Why It Matters

First published in IAPP Daily Dashboard There is “accountability tension” going on which has the potential to stifle technology and ...

There Is Only One Opportunity for Initial Design of the First Data Protection Agency in the United States

This blog reflects the views of Marty Abrams The style, substance and leadership of data protection agencies make a difference.  ...

Multilateral Proportionality Requires Definition

The stresses of 2020 have challenged the data protection community’s understanding of data protection and how to apply its practices. ...

How to Use AI ethically and responsibly? An Ohio State webinar series will provide some answers

To succeed in a data-driven economy, companies must innovate with data while maintaining the trust of their customers. This poses ...

Digital Activities go Beyond Privacy and Data Protection

By Information Accountability | November 13, 2019 |

Sunday, November 10, the New York Times ran a story…

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IAF Releases “Advanced Data Analytic Processing – 2019 Update”

By Information Accountability | November 11, 2019 |

Posted on 11 November 2019 by Martin Abrams • 0 Comments Central to the work…

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Christopher Docksey – Keynote on Accountability At the 41st Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners 24 October 2019 in Tirana, Albania

By Information Accountability | October 31, 2019 |

Good morning. I would like to thank the International Conference and…

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The Fair Information Policy Development Vacuum

By Information Accountability | October 10, 2019 |

Over the past decade, policy development in the data protection…

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Hard Law Must Mesh With Contextual Based Fair Use

By Information Accountability | September 24, 2019 |

The 41st International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (ICDPPC)…

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Look to Baseball for an Example of Accountability Oversight

By Information Accountability | September 9, 2019 |

One of the ways to enhance the trustworthiness of accountability…

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Trust Deficit Acceleration Means Trust but Verify

By Information Accountability | September 5, 2019 |

Dirty diesel cars, opiates, income disparities, and institutional failures.  The…

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The Incubation of Trust Based Governance Systems Should Be Encouraged

By Peter Cullen | July 18, 2019 |

Increasingly, around the world, there is a shift in the…

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Privacy Law’s First Objective Is That Data Should Serve People – The U.S. Opportunity To Get Privacy Legislation Right

By Information Accountability | June 17, 2019 |

Laws to govern the data age are extremely hard to…

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Accountability is As Enforceable as Any Other Privacy Management Mechanism

By Information Accountability | June 6, 2019 |

Accountability has increasingly become the nucleus of effective data protection…

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