Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Five Key Privacy Principles

A well written reference to setting the foundations for serious privacy management of any online Web site property. "Over the past quarter century, government agencies in the United States, Canada, and Europe have studied the man ner in which entities collect and use personal information-their "information practices"-and the safeguards required to assure those practices are fair and provide adequate privacy protection. The result has been a series of reports, guidelines, and model codes that represent widely-accepted principles concerning fair information practices." Since its publication, this report has helped to shape the current "privacy-enforcement" role of the FTC. In this article the focus is on the five core principles of privacy protection that the FTC determined were "widely accepted," namely: 1) Notice/Awareness, 2) Choice/Consent, 3) Access/Participation, 4) Integrity/Security, and 5) Enforcement/Redress.



Stephen Cobb, CISSP -
Reference: via Computerworld [ Read more ]
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posted by Robin Good on Tuesday, March 16 2004, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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