Transparency and Risk

I submitted comments to the Working Party 29 in response to their recently published Guidelines on Transparency under Regulation 2016/679 (aka GDPR). One of the points I highlighted was their promotion of Recital 39 which stipulates “Natural persons should be made aware of risks, rules, safeguards and rights in relation to the processing of personal […]

Article 12 – Transparent Information

As companies scurry to bring their personal data governance into compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, they would do well to revisit their public facing privacy statements, in light of Articles 12, 13, and 14.  While Articles 13 and 14 hold the substantive requirements of an organization’s privacy statement, Article 12 has important […]

WordPress, Privacy and Enterprivacy.com

The Enterprivacy.com website is based on the WordPress CMS (Content Management System). In addition it uses the Kresi Coherence Theme. WordPress is a great tool for making incredible nice and manageable websites quickly and nearly effortlessly. Included in WordPress, automatically, are somethings that are common but nonetheless potentially concerning for a proactive privacy website. WordPress […]