Data Responsibility

Viewpoint: IBM’s Chief Privacy Officer on Priorities for a U.S Privacy Law

Share this post:

IBM Chief Privacy Officer Christina Montgomery today published an OpEd on calling for legislation that provides American consumers with consistent privacy protections nationwide.

She emphasized that “If companies are to live up to society’s expectations of trust and transparency, there must be a legal framework that is seamless across our 50 states — and accountability measures that support these new laws.  Corporate pledges and industry best practices can’t alone police bad actors who will exploit data for their own ends without respect for consumers’ privacy.

Read Christina’s full point of view here: IBM’s Chief Privacy Officer: What America Needs in a National Consumer Privacy Law


Media Contact:
Sarah Minkel

More Data Responsibility stories

To combat cross-border cyber threats, cooperation is key

October is Cyber Awareness Month and in this particular October cyber threats, attacks and cyber crimes are at an all time high. COVID-19 and the unprecedented shift to working from home has exposed new targets to threats. To tackle this reality and fight these threats head on, cooperation between industry and governments is key to […]

Continue reading

Digital Skills for a Stronger European Recovery

  Digital Skills as a key part of Economic Recovery for Europe It’s no secret the future of work is one of the most urgent questions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Some jobs will go away, new ones will be created, and all jobs will be forever changed by emerging technologies and the advancement of artificial […]

Continue reading

Digital Trade Principles for the Post-COVID Age

COVID-19 has created unprecedented disruptions in the global economy, the full impact of which will not become clear for years to come. Companies of all sizes are grappling with how to conduct business, reach customers, and maintain supply chain operations in the face of national lockdowns and travel restrictions. Individuals have had to self-isolate and […]

Continue reading