The Norwegian Data Protection Authority has developed guidelines to help organisations understand and comply with the requirement of data protection by design and by default in article 25 of the General Data Protection Regulation.
We have among others cooperated with security professionals and software developers in public and private sector to create the guidelines.
The use of tracking technologies in public spaces is on the rise. This has adverse consequences for the right to privacy and may in some cases be unlawful.
We have issued a report that explains how these technologies work and how they investigates the privacy implications. We have also outlined guidelines for lawful use of tracking technologies.
It's getting personal
Banks and insurance companies provide services that we cannot do without. But we are not in day-to-day contact with our bank or insurance company. Banks and insurance companies want to change this before they are outcompeted by companies like Google and Facebook.
You Decide is a teaching resource about privacy and digital responsibility for children and young people aged 9-18 years. It's used in more than twenty countries.
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