CIPL Quarterly Reports
Message from President Bojana Bellamy
With 2019 already fast approaching, we at CIPL are continuing to work hard on developing solutions to pressing data protection issues. As part of our commitment to bring both DPAs and companies into consensus on the elements and role of organisational accountability, CIPL has released two papers this summer on this topic, and held a joint workshop on “Implementing Accountability” with the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) in Singapore.
Going forward, CIPL will continue to emphasise the importance of organisational accountability for effective data protection through additional workshops, white papers and engagement with industry and regulators.
We are also continuing to engage with key stakeholders around the globe on new privacy legislation. To that end, we’ve participated in discussions on the similarities and differences between Brazil’s new data protection law and the GDPR, held a roundtable with EU Council Members on ePrivacy and the GDPR that built on our new Comparative Analysis of the ePrivacy Regulation and the GDPR, and responded to a public consultation on India’s Draft Data Protection Bill.
I encourage you to read the details of CIPL’s ongoing work below, and I look forward to the next opportunity to see you all in person.
Highlights from the January - March 2018 Quarterly Report include: