Making Privacy Impact Assessment More Effective

@article{Wright2013MakingPI,
  title={Making Privacy Impact Assessment More Effective},
  author={David J Wright},
  journal={Inf. Soc.},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={307-315}
}
Europe’s proposed Data Protection Regulation is expected to make data protection impact assessment (DPIA) mandatory, a development that could impact hundreds of thousands of organizations (both governmental and private sector) in Europe, as well as non-European entities offering their wares and services there. This article reviews the DPIA provisions outlined in the new regulation. For the nuts and bolts of a privacy impact assessment (PIA) methodology, Europe could select features from the PIA… CONTINUE READING

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