EU cybersecurity agency ENISA have issued ENISA Opinion on the Industry Proposal for a Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessment Framework for RFID Applications [of March 31, 2010], July 2010.
They strongly support the integration of privacy by design and have made some recommendations for substantially improving the draft Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessment (PIA) framework for RFID applications of March 2010. Their suggestions on the procedural and technical rather than legal front.
The draft framework was also sent to the EU privacy regulators the Article 29 Working Party, and they considered it at their recent meeting, but haven't published their views yet.
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