It's time for a global privacy agreement

Monday, 20 November 2006, 8:53 AM EST

Whenever Iíve mentioned to chief privacy officers the idea of having a single set of privacy rules for their companies to abide by worldwide, their response has been unanimous: Bring it on. Why? The legal and technical costs of complying with an expanding patchwork of state, federal and foreign privacy laws are mounting for multinationals . One set of rules, in their view, would improve the bottom line.

At Computerworld.

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