Recommendations for a Comprehensive Privacy Protection Framework | Center for Democracy & Technology
Recommendations for a Comprehensive Privacy Protection Framework
A Briefing On Public Policy Issues Affecting Civil Liberties from The Center For Democracy and Technology, February 4, 2011.
1) Baseline Privacy Legislation Needed
2) Safe Harbor Coregulatory Approach to Consumer Privacy Legislation
3) Rulemaking Authority for the Federal Trade Commission
4) Contours for Baseline Privacy Legislation
5) Innovation Needed for “Do Not Track,” But Not Complete Solution
The Commerce Department‘s Internet Policy Taskforce released a “Green Paper” outlining a proposal for a new privacy framework and asked the public to comment on the substance of the paper. CDT believes the paper is an important first toward establishing a long overdue comprehensive privacy protection framework in the United States. This Policy Post outlines the recommendations CDT submitted in response to the paper.
This Policy Post is online: http://cdt.org/policy/recommendations-comprehensive-privacy-protection-framework
Full text of the article via Recommendations for a Comprehensive Privacy Protection Framework | Center for Democracy & Technology.
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