Privacy Notice Resolution Resources
Effective communication of information on data protection and privacy practices
There is clear evidence of a need to improve communications between organisations and individuals about data protection. This need has become even more important in a global environment. A working group of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners proposed a resolution, (see below) for consideration at the Closed Session of Commissioners at the 25th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners on 12 September 2003. The resolution was adopted unanimously. The conference convenor, Malcolm Crompton, announced this result in a media release on 17 September 2001.
The explanatory notes (also below) shows the thinking behind the proposed
resolution. The resolution proposes a standardised, condensed format
using simple language as a means of making communication more effective.
The working group considered some of the research and work listed below in devising the resolution.
Privacy Notices @ Work
Privacy Notices – Templates in action
Major companies have begun to devise their own versions of simplified privacy notices.
Publications & Links of interest
These publications & links include research and articles on the
subject done by various consumer orientated organisations as well as
professional institutes and governments
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