The CNIL is publishing an English version of the first issue of a new series called ”IP reports”. Aimed at presenting and sharing results of studies and surveys lead by the Department of Studies, Innovation and Foresight, these IP reports will hopefully contribute to foster the debates around data protection and privacy. The first issue is dedicated to a synthesis of a broad forward-looking program on privacy, freedoms and personal data issues towards 2020. This “food-for-thoughts” was...
In the face of the questions raised by the Google Glass Project, a global cooperation initiative has been launched by the Canadian Data Protection Authority, the Article 29 Working Party and several APEC members.
The third issue of CNIL Innovation and Foresight newsletter has been published in july 2012. It deals with the tools available to Internet users to control personal data online.
On the occasion of the fifth edition of the European data protection and privacy Day, CNIL unveils its iPhone application. This app is designed to educate young people and give them the right tools to control their image online.