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Paper on encryption workarounds and human rights

On 12 September, European Digital Rights (EDRi) – an association of civil and human rights organisations from across Europe – published the position paper “Encryption Workarounds: a digital rights perspective”. Paper was published as a response to the European Commission’s expert consultation exercise around the Encryption Workarounds paper by Orin Kerr and Bruce Schneier.

EDRi’s position paper describes ways law enforcement authorities can use to access encrypted data within the framework of their investigations.

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UK government breached personal data security 9,000 times in a year, watchdog reveals

UK’s National Audit Office (NAO) has found that government has breached personal data security nearly 9,000 times in a year. Most of breaches – about 6,000 – are on HMRC.

NAO found that 17 largest departments recorded 8,995 data breaches in years 2014-2015, but reported to the Information Commissioner (ICO) only 14 incidents. Although not all incidents shall be reported to ICO, NAO observed that lack of detail in the self-reporting data means it is not possible to determine how significant any of unreported breaches was.

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IAPP-EY Privacy Governance Report 2016 released

Annual IAPP-EY Privacy Governance Report 2016 has been released and is available for free download. It’s a second year of releasing the report. Report is most comprehensive benchmarking data for privacy. IAPP-EY Privacy Governance Report 2016 contains 126 pages of detailed information from 600 companies around the world that have provided answers to budget, staffing, organizational, and prioritization questions.

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EDPS annual report (2015)

 

Today European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) released annual report for year 2015, reviewing what has been achieved and what will be focus further.

The EDPS focused considerable efforts in 2015 on ensuring the successful adoption of new and effective data protection rules, providing legislators with detailed recommendations in the form of an app. He now turns his attention to the successful implementation of these rules and the reform of the current Regulation, which will apply to the work of the EDPS and the other EU institutions and bodies.

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