Join Michelle Dennedy for an in-depth discussion in this video Moral, legal, and ethical systems, part of Understanding & Prioritizing Data Privacy.
- So there are four elements to the framework…of a Well-Governed Data System.…One is the processing moral?…Two is the processing ethical?…Three is that processing legal?…And four is that processing fair from cradle to grave?…Is a system moral?…In the past I've seen systems where…there's been an idea it wasn't executed thank goodness,…to trick prisoners and to have a permanent record…of every bad thing that they've ever done…based on an implanted chip under their skin,…whether they wanted it or not.…
To me that felt like a very huge…moral disruptor isn't even a strong enough word.…But there are certain codes of morality I think…that we can agree on even cross-culturally.…So it has to be moral.…That doesn't sound like a high bar,…but you do have these conversations from time-to-time.…Now ethics and I apologize to all my PhD Ethicists out there…might not be the right definition for you,…the way I prosecute this and execute it…across the enterprise when I look at ethics,…I think about brand.…So above and beyond what is a moral anathema,…
- What is data privacy?
- Privacy vs. secrecy
- Trust and integrity
- What consumers expect
- Privacy solutions
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What Is Data Privacy?
2. The Importance of Data Privacy
3. What's at Stake?
4. Privacy Solutions
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