View from Peter Lancos, CEO
"Welcome to eXate's Global Data Diaries. In what's proved to be another busy week for the data privacy & security world, the Data & Marketing Association (DMA) and the Global Data and Marketing Alliance (GDMA) have just published a set of global data privacy principles aimed at the data and marketing industries, which highlights new measures and processes aimed at increasing transparency and accountability, while also ensuring all possible efforts are made to keep personal data secure. In other news, EURACTIV.com gives an update on the ongoing developments around China's Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL)."
Data Industry Bodies Develop Privacy Standards Framework
The Data & Marketing Association (DMA) and the Global Data and Marketing Alliance (GDMA) have published a set of global data privacy principles aimed at the data and marketing industries. The set of seven commitments for businesses include being clear and transparent, being accountable, keeping personal data secure and valuing privacy.
China’s third way on data governance
Last year, China launched its bid to shape global data governance, eager to create its own approach alongside those created by the United States and the EU. Since then, it has been working on a comprehensive data protection framework that could be a game-changer for potential Western investors.
Global data transfer uncertainty undermines EU digital ambitions
Three years after the EU’s flagship GDPR data protection regulation came into force, confusion over international data transfers following the landmark Schrems II ruling is threatening to hamper new technologies and jeopardise the bloc’s digital agenda.