By Carla Ilten, Inga Kroener, Daniel Neyland, Hector Postigo, D. Guagnin, L. Hempel
Attracts jointly contributions from major 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 style to counterpoint the controversy approximately responsibility and privateness through drawing jointly views from skilled privateness researchers and coverage makers.
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Extra resources for Managing Privacy through Accountability
The comparative statistics are 30 mentions of ‘demonstrate’ in ten substantive pages, but although there is little further enlightenment about the nature of accounts, the Project takes steps towards delineating an accountability regime for ‘Accountability’ in the Information Privacy Context 27 organisations that elaborates five ‘essential elements’ that have remained constant over the two phases. These elements are: (1) Organisation commitment to accountability and adoption of internal policies consistent with external criteria.
9 It is especially the external form of accountability that we may want to use in the case of privacy protection, because it seems to correspond more closely to the relationship of data controllers to data subjects, as well as to regulators and the general public. Moreover, it involves the procedures and materials that are used in accountability, and in particular, the ‘account’ that is given externally, as we will see later. There are unused dimensions in the concept of accountability that need to be examined and developed in the field of privacy protection.
But the account must also, and essentially, include descriptions and explanations of the actions, for two reasons. First, so that we can better understand the organisation’s intentions and its understanding, or theory, of its own situation or how it might act in it. Second, because most of a steward’s actions are invisible to the principal, and therefore have to be re-presented, through stories or accounts, explanations, and justifications. Let us consider an example. When a business firm presents its accounts to shareholders in an annual report, it is telling a story – in words, pictures, and other symbols – of its performance over the last year: what it made or sold, how it organised itself, how much profit or loss it made, whether it fulfilled its hiring policy, why it relocated a factory, and so on.
Managing Privacy through Accountability by Carla Ilten, Inga Kroener, Daniel Neyland, Hector Postigo, D. Guagnin, L. Hempel