FPF implementing immersive technologies best practices

25/01/2024 | Future of Privacy Forum

Organisations developing immersive technologies that collect, use, and transfer body-related data must ensure their data practices protect people's privacy and comply with legal regulations. To help analyse the risks associated with body-related data, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has published a supplementary blog to its immersive technologies risk framework. The blog focuses on identifying risks related to data practices and implementing best practices to mitigate them. The article builds on earlier work, emphasising the importance of understanding an organisation's data practices and legal obligations.

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