A data protection framework for technology development

Jackson, M 2004, 'A data protection framework for technology development', Telecommunication Journal of Australia, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 43-51.

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Collection: Journal Articles

Title A data protection framework for technology development
Author(s) Jackson, M
Year 2004
Journal name Telecommunication Journal of Australia
Volume number 54
Issue number 2
Start page 43
End page 51
Total pages 9
Publisher Telecommunications Society of Australia
Abstract Technology developers are encouraged to take into account data protection principles in the early design and development of systems and products. What is not always clear, however, is which data protection principles they should use, particularly if the system or product is to be used internationally. While most data protection principles in farce today, including those in Australia, are based on Guidelines developed by the OECD and the Council of Europe in 1980, there are differences in the wording of various principles and in how they operate. This article seeks to develop a generic data protection regulatory framework that will provide some certainty for international technology development without the need to alter and change the responsibilities for each jurisdiction and that can be adapted for use at a practical level by developers. The paper also attempts to highlight the preferences of individuals about how they prefer the collection, use and disclosure of their personal information to be handled and so attempts to develop a framework which satisfies both data subjects and data collectors.
Subject Law not elsewhere classified
ISSN 0040-2486
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