The White House released a white paper, Consumer Data Privacy In a Networked World: A Framework for Protecting Privacy and Promoting Innovation in the Global Digital Economy, to fill what it sees as two gaps in the current United States consumer data privacy framework – a clear statement of basic privacy principles and a continued commitment to address consumer privacy issues as technology changes. The framework has four elements: (1) the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights; (2) a multi-stakeholder process for implementation; (3) enforcement; and (4) a commitment to increase interoperability.
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