Be responsible till reforms come into view, says EU data supremo

Jeremy Phillips

According to an article in the New York Times, European Data Protection Supervisor Peter Hustinx says Europe’s data protection regulatory framework needs updating — but it will be two to three years before businesses even see the reform proposals. In the meantime, companies should take data protection into their own hands by showing they have control over their data and that they are accountable for it, he added. Businesses that store and use data in the ever-changing e-environment are calling for clear guidelines, but it seems that there are none yet on the horizon.

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  1. In Latvia, person, receiving (operating with) sensitive personal data, must register in special governmental institution. Also must appoint person, responsible for saving of data…. I think, legislation is rather strict

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