By Carla Ilten, Inga Kroener, Daniel Neyland, Hector Postigo, D. Guagnin, L. Hempel
Attracts jointly contributions from top figures within the box of surveillance to interact within the dialogue of the emergence of responsibility as a method to control threats to privateness. the 1st of its variety to complement the controversy approximately responsibility and privateness through drawing jointly views from skilled privateness researchers and coverage makers.
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22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 31 presented to the Symposium on Accountability at the Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association, Leeds, September 1978, 34 pp. roneoed; in the possession of the author. The present article quotes from and draws upon that paper, with the permission of Andrew McPherson and David Raffe. , McPherson, A. , Reconstructions of Secondary Education: Theory, Myth and Practice Since the War, r London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983, chapter 17 7, ‘Politics, Education and the Reconstruction of Research’.
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The Centre for Information Policy Leadership, ‘Demonstrating and Measuring Accountability – A Discussion Document, Accountability Phase II – The Paris Project, October 2010’, Hunton & Williams LLP, 2010. The Centre for Information Policy Leadership, ‘Global Discussion on the Commonly-accepted Elements of Privacy Accountability – Galway, Ireland, April 29, 2009’, Hunton & Williams LLP, 2009. 2 The Accountability Approach to Privacy and Data Protection: Assumptions and Caveats Colin J. Bennett Introduction The notion of ‘accountability’ is currently fashionable within the community of scholars, regulators, and activists concerned with privacy and data protection.
Managing Privacy through Accountability by Carla Ilten, Inga Kroener, Daniel Neyland, Hector Postigo, D. Guagnin, L. Hempel