The Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL) released a white paper on Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs) in the Digital Age.
The paper examines the use of PETs by organisations and how they can improve data protection compliance. CIPL provides examples of specific types of PETs and discusses potential challenges to their implementation, along with possible solutions. The paper also highlights the potential benefits of PETs in mitigating privacy risks and supporting innovation.
In the report, CIPL includes several recommendations to foster further development and adoption of PETs, including regulatory guidance, increasing education and awareness, developing industry standards, and recognising PETs as a demonstrable element of accountability.
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