An Educational Blog About Information Accountability

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 ...

Risk Based Should Be More Than A Cliché

The IAF will hold a policy call October 14 on “What is Risk?” There are different types of privacy risks, ...

Canada is the Right Place to Explore Next Generation Privacy Legislation

Privacy law is less settled today than it was when the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into ...

Muddling as a Data Protection Strategy

Schrems II has led to muddling as the latest data protection strategy.  The muddling is over transferring data from Europe ...

Data Protection Should Be Proportional to Other Individual Rights

COVID-19 has been a grim reminder of how unfair the world is.  People of color and people who are economically ...

Time for a Global Treaty

"What a revoltin' development this is!"  This exclamation is from the 1950’s sitcom, “The Life of Riley.”  Today it is a great ...

Peter Cullen issues New IAF Blog- Evolving Ethical Data Impact Assessments

By Information Accountability | January 17, 2019 |

Last fall, the Information Accountability Foundation (IAF) completed work, commissioned…

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IAF Issues “Trusted Digital Transformation, Considerations for Canadian Public Policy.”

By Information Accountability | January 10, 2019 |

Many consider Canadian privacy law as the pragmatic mid-point between…

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Legitimate Processing Invented here in the U.S.

By Information Accountability | November 9, 2018 |

Privacy law began  in the United States when Congress enacted…

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IAF BLOG- Data Ethics Must Translate into Sound Business Process

By Information Accountability | October 22, 2018 |

Many of the world’s privacy, technology, and policy experts are…

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Evolving Accountability to Ethical Data Stewardship – A Key Part of Wave Four Privacy Laws

By Information Accountability | October 12, 2018 |

In order to encourage innovation in their regions, digital information…

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IAF creates U.S. Privacy Framework Discussion Group

By Information Accountability | September 18, 2018 |

The United States is in the early stages of creating…

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Fourth Privacy Legislative Wave for Publication

By Martin Abrams | September 12, 2018 |

Privacy legislation again is a hot topic in the United…

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IAF Releases U.S. Privacy Framework Discussion Document

By Information Accountability | August 28, 2018 |

Draft 6 08282018 0800 The time is right to discuss…

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More Comprehensive US Privacy Laws are Inevitable — What Do We Want them to Be?

By Peter Cullen | July 12, 2018 |

“Data should serve people, people should not serve data.” With…

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It Is Time to Rethink the Governance of Observational Data

By Information Accountability | April 2, 2018 |

As long as there has been data, there has been…

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