Peter Cullen talks privacy at the Churchill Club

Peter Cullen, Chief Privacy Strategist at Microsoft, spoke at a forum September 8, 2008 at the Churchill Club in California.  During the forum, “Personalization versus Privacy: Balancing Business and Customer Interests,” Peter addressed how Microsoft builds privacy into Microsoft products.Peter Cullen discusses building privacy into Microsoft products (4:41) Peter Cullen talks about data retention, on…

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Kim Cameron on Information Cards as a solution to site redirection

Kim Cameron, Chief Architect of Identity in the Connected Systems Division at Microsoft has an interesting post up about at his Laws of Identity blog on the vulnerability of passwords to “site redirection“, a problem that Information Cards don’t have: The UK’s Register has been running a a series of articles by John Leyden  (here, here…

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Moving Information Across Borders: The Need for a Global Accountability Framework

When it comes to data protection and privacy today, there is much discussion about the future of regulation and business practices in a globalized environment where information flows across borders like water.   How will yesterday’s regulatory and business accountability models evolve to help face tomorrow’s data protection challenges? What would this new model look like?…

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