3rd UM-DPCSR Permanent Stakeholder meeting

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This afternoon Kate Francis and I presented Principle 2 of the Maastricht University Data Protection as a Corporate Social Responsibility Framework (UM-DPCSR Framework) to the Members of the Permanent Stakeholder Group, a community of Data Protection, Intergovernmental, Education, and Business Stakeholders who are helping us to gauge the feasibility of the controls we have identified to comply with the Framework. Principle 2 is comprised of five Rules which comprehensively tackle transparency by requiring organisations that adhere to the UM-DPCSR Framework to, e.g., make use of data protection icons, write privacy policies in a way that is clear and allows individuals to genuinely understand what is done with their data and for which reasons, and importantly, be clear about how the organisation benefits from the data of individuals and how it provides benefits (fair in-kind value) to individuals or society at large (Profitable and Beneficial Test – P&B Test), etc.
Many thanks to all of you who attended, and we look forward to our next meeting in June!

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