Friday, November 27, 2009

Madrid and Berlin, trying to find workable approaches

Here’s an interesting article about the day-to-day challenges and contradictions of national laws in the context of the global Internet (ok, it does use some of us Google guys as unhappy examples, but just to make a valid point):

At the International Data Protection Commissioners' Conference in Madrid, I added my voice to support the development of global privacy standards, as I've done for several years. I can’t think of a better way forward than trying to develop a more global approach to privacy standards internationally. Here's one example (in Spanish):

I’m off to Berlin now. Germany is one of those places where I feel the need to listen more than talk. I'll blog about what I learn afterwards.

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