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By Sophie Kowald

The final event in the IIC’s Communications Policy and Regulation Week in London was an invitation only workshop on the cross-cutting issues of privacy and personal data protection as they impact the telecommunications, content and technology sectors. Supported by Microsoft, this dialogue brought together regulatory, industry and academic experts from communications, competition, privacy and data protection to discuss various overlapping matters raised by the increasing use of data across all sectors.

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Intermedia Issue:
Vol 47 Issue 4
Issue Date:
January 2020
Privacy, Safety, Security, Content: innovation, regulation and markets
Europe, Americas, Asia Pacific
Sophie Kowald Sophie Kowald Editor, Intermedia; Co-Vice President of the Australian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications

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