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In recent years, privacy and data protection have become critical issues whose significance is only set to grow. The implications of devising an effective framework to regulate the use of personal information are crucial for the future of humanity, our freedoms and our economic wellbeing.
The Future of Privacy argues that in order to get the balance right, policy makers, regulators and organisations must address the specific challanges presented by rapidly evolving technology, the increasing value of personal information and the globalisation of data-reliant activities.
Leading expert Eduardo Ustaran makes a number of public policy suggestions about how to address these factors and anticipates the key elements that organisations and privacy professionals will need to tackle to comply with the regulatory framework of the future.