The Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL) has published a discussion paper containing insights gathered from workshops with CIPL member companies exploring privacy and digital assets, focusing on blockchain technology. The Digital Assets and Privacy paper addresses several areas of concern, including legal applicability, accountability, data minimisation, purpose limitation, data security, confidentiality and government access, data rights, cross-border international transfers and enforcement. Recommendations for developing coherent, pragmatic regulations and policies are included.
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