I still can't stop being amazed by the 1973 HEW Report, which recommended a US Federal Code for Fair Information Practice. Check this out - it recommended all those goodies that are currently a GDPR trademark, starting with having some sort of DPO in place 1/ :
Have data security measures in place and only share personal data with third parties after ensuring the third party has appropriate safeguards in place 2/
And it even recognized some sort of portability rights. Yes, #portability! 3/
There is even a recommendation for the Federal law to maintain a 'complete and accurate' Record of use made of any data in the system (#GDPR Article 30 Records, anyone?) 4/
To top it all off, there was even a recommendation to erase data once they 'are no longer timely'. What did I just read? 5/ #Erasure #RTBFsortOf
Now, if you know by heart Articles 13 and 14 GDPR, or previous Articles 10 & 11 of Directive 95, you are in for a treat when reading the elements that should be included in a notice for each use of personal data, according to
a report.
from the US.
from 1973.
And, like a song to the tune of my past 10 years (since I decided to write a thesis on the rights of the data subjects): the phrase 'Rights of individual data subjects' appears all of a sudden. And it's not even my birthday. Nor Christmas. 7/
The thinking and efforts made across the Western world in the late 60s & early 70s in DP law are something else. There were big developments in many European countries as well, with legislation already enacted by '73. But the detailed convergence w US thinking is remarkable 🎩END
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