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Volume: 14 Issue: 5
(May 2017)

Keywords:
gdpr privacy impact assessment anonymisation big data consent

Authors:
hannah mason natasha simmons alex bryant

Organisations:
visa europe pwc

Jurisdictions:
europe

Opinion: Innovation and the privacy paradigm

Is it possible for innovation and privacy to operate in parallel, or are the two concepts at odds with each other? In this article, Hannah Mason, Senior Lawyer and Head of EU Privacy at Visa Europe, and Natasha Simmons and Alex Bryant, Senior Associates at PwC, aim to reconcile these seemingly polar concepts, and provide their recommendations on the risks organisations should first identify, in order to mitigate and manage through an appropriate, agile privacy programme and control framework.

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