Privacy International (PI)
1990. Also referred to as World Organization for the Protection of Privacy. UK Registered Charity: 1147471. EU Transparency Register: 78180074927-85.
Establish international understanding and raise awareness of the importance of privacy and data protection; work towards establishment of privacy protection measures; assess the impact of new technologies on privacy and freedom of the individual; establish guidelines and principles to guard against malicious or dangerous use of technology; raise the alarm about dangerous technology; assist establishment of effective and practicable privacy legislation; facilitate flow of information; improve level of mutual support and liaison among privacy advocates; provide comprehensive linkage between privacy, data protection and civil liberties advocates; assess nature, extent and implications of trans-border flow of information; seek means of protecting privacy through information technology.
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Officers: Director General; Deputy Director; Deputy Director (Technology Policy); Deputy Director (Government Affairs); Secretary. International Advisory Group.
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