Tag Archives: codes of conduct

European Commission Issues Report on the Implementation of the GDPR

On July 24, 2019, the European Commission (“the Commission”) published a report appraising Europe’s progress in implementing the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) as a central component of its revamped data protection framework.  In its report, the Commission highlights certain achievements resulting from implementation efforts, calls attention to issues that require further action, and describes … Continue Reading

UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office Issues Consultation on Data Protection and the Press

By Fredericka Argent and Helena Marttila-Bridge On 21 February 2013, the ICO launched a consultation on its proposal for a new code of practice regulating the press in the UK.  The consultation is in response to the publication of the Leveson Report in November 2012, which recommended significant and wide-ranging changes to the structure and … Continue Reading

NTIA Announces Meeting to Develop Mobile Transparency Code

As we previously described, the White House recently released a landmark privacy report, entitled Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked World, which outlines key privacy principles in its “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” and calls on the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) to work with industry and others to develop voluntary but enforceable codes … Continue Reading

FTC, Commerce Department Reiterate Support for Industry Codes of Conduct

Jon Leibowitz, chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, and Cameron Kerry, general counsel of the Department of Commerce, spoke today about the need for industry codes of conduct to address emerging privacy issues.  They were the featured speakers at an event held by the Brookings Institution on strategies to protect consumer privacy while ensuring continued … Continue Reading
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