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ASLIB Annual Member Evening 2012: Giving Your Service The Edge. Privacy and Data Protection: Giving your service the edge. Graham Coult Editor-in-chief Managing Information magazine www.managinginformation.com www.aslib.com @ASLIB_info.

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aslib annual member evening 2012 giving your service the edge

ASLIB Annual Member Evening 2012: Giving Your Service The Edge

Privacy and Data Protection: Giving your service the edge

Graham Coult

Editor-in-chief

Managing Information magazine

www.managinginformation.com

www.aslib.com

@ASLIB_info

Information Privacy, Security and Forensics in the Digital Age Symposium, Aberystwyth University, 6th September 2012

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What is Privacy and Data Protection?
  • How has it evolved?
  • How can it give your service the edge?
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What are these terms

Privacy and Data

Protection?

  • Understand difference
  • Understand what they mean for organisations
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How has PDP evolved?
  • Driven by experiences in mainland Europe in 1920s, 30s, and 40s with extremist regimes
  • Emphasis on individual rights – the right to control use of ones own data
  • The “right to be forgotten”
  • How practical are these ideals in the modern world, and especially in context of Social Media?
  • Other parts of world more market driven
  • US – market driven, but also rights of individual.
  • No overall binding international treaty
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How can PDP give your service the edge?
  • Risk management
  • Protecting reputational capital
  • Good service to care about customer, employee and stakeholder sensitive data
  • Become a knowledge centre and source of guidance
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Thank you for your time and attention
  • Happy to answer questions by email
  • If you would to write for Managing Information magazine about your own service or area of expertise contact Graham Coult: [email protected]
  • For further information on ASLIB contact Holly Shukla: [email protected]
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