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The CSISAC to co-organise the OECD Workshop on Enforcement and Emerging Technologies

September 22, 2019

CSISAC member the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is co-organising the OECD Workshop on Enforcement and Emerging Technologies, to be hosted by the OECD on 18 November 2019. This event, co-organised by EPIC with the United Kingdom Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is planed to review the challenges to enforcement of privacy and personal data protection, in the context of the review of implementation of the OECD Privacy Guidelines. The CSISAC calls for civil society participants to engage in this work sharing their expressions of interest to take part in this meeting, specially those engaged in the impact of emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence or Blockchain.

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The CSISAC is the voice of civil society at the OECD Committee on the Digital Economy Policy. We facilitate the exchange of information between the OECD and civil society participants, leading to better-informed and more widely accepted policy frameworks. The formal recognition of this Advisory Committee by the OECD was the result of an effort initiated in the 1990s decade to promote participation parity in the global policy-making. Today, the CSISAC is the main venue to channel the participation of civil society in the OECD work on the digital economy. To learn more about the CSISAC and how to engage in the OECD work, please feel free to contact the CSISAC Liaison at liaison@csisac.org

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