[WG-InfoSharing] The FCC is preparing the strongest privacy rules ever bit.ly/1pq8rpN
john at wunderlich.ca
Mon Mar 14 19:22:32 CDT 2016
Explicit consent will probably not be required in large parts of Asia,
South America or Africa - or not at least in the near future.
There will be technical issues with a blanket explicit requirement for PII
- example being that if IP address is PII, it is included in browser header
and traffic information - which suggests that one interpretation of
explicit consent would cause problems for DNS servers.
I agree that we need an endpoint that enables scaling of the strongest
privacy rules, but if it REQUIRES the strongest privacy rules it will fail
to be adopted generally, IMHO.
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On 14 March 2016 at 17:07, Mark Lizar - OCG <m.lizar at openconsentgroup.com>
> Explicit consent *will* be the requirement. As well as explicit
> information sharing agreements.
> I agree it might scare lawyers now. But, I think thats a good thing. Of
> course, we can make an MVCR lite version aka an Open Notice or Open Consent
> Receipt for all legacy use cases. But, the important thing is scaling to
> the “strongest privacy rules ever” (IMHO)
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