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... Joel, civil liberties protection officer, ODNI. Each panel was moderated by a member of the steering committee, with the following format: panelists each presented 5 minutes of opening remarks, participated in a moderated panel discussion, and then engaged in open discussion with all workshop participants.
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... Moving Beyond Legal Compliance Multiple participants suggested that organizational compliance with existing laws and regulations around data practices is not sufficient to protect privacy and/or preserve public trust in an organization that works with potentially sensitive data. Laws and regulations take time to create, so they often lag behind technological advances.
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... It was also pointed out that, due to the generally secret nature of its mission, the IC likely does not have access to the same transparency-enabling tools or mechanisms available to private sector organizations. Several participants noted that transparency does not necessarily require direct disclosure of an organization's practices or the specific data that it is using.
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... external regulation and oversight of government and private sector organizations' data privacy practices. Several participants suggested that internal regulation could be more responsive, agile, and thorough than external regulation.
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... Several participants discussed the notion of a "science of privacy." A member of the workshop steering committee suggested that, within this framework, grand challenge problems could be identified and data sets could be developed and shared to advance privacy research. Another pondered whether such a formal framework might help organizations develop tools for operationalizing privacy decision-making.
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... with individual privacy. Several participants suggested that while privacy is often considered an individual value, privacy itself can also have important, collective societal benefits that are not always taken into account.

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