Re: [dow2tf] Draft Questions for GAC
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- Subject: Re: [dow2tf] Draft Questions for GAC
- From: Thomas Roessler <roessler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2003 12:16:48 +0100
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I'd add this one:
6) Does your country have ... laws that govern whether a
service providere can condition the provision of the service
on the user's consent to the collection and/or processing of
data not needed for the provision of the service?
a) If you are a common law country, are there legal
cases that control such behavior?
(Less cumbersome wording welcome.)
Thomas Roessler <roessler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
At-Large Advisory Committee: http://alac.info/
On 2003-12-28 23:36:43 -0500, KathrynKL@xxxxxxx wrote:
> From: KathrynKL@xxxxxxx
> To: dow2tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 23:36:43 EST
> Subject: [dow2tf] Draft Questions for GAC
> In our efforts to move forward with data gathering, I would like to
> propose some questions for the GAC. As we discussed in an earlier
> call, we should give GAC as much time as possible to respond to our
> questions. So I offer the questions below for discussion on Tuesday.
> Please let me know if you have ways to modify any of them to
> make them more specific or productive. Regards, Kathryn
> Draft Questions for TF2 to circulate to GAC:
> 1) Does your country have national, provincial and/or local laws
> regarding privacy of personal information, including name,
> address, home phone number, home fax number, and/or personal
> email address? If so, could you provide us with a link to the
> specific statutory sections (if they are online) or copies of the
> privacy laws (if they are not online)?
> a) If you are a common law country, are there legal cases
> that provide additional privacy protections on this personal
> information that it would be valuable for us to know about?
> If so, could you provide a link or a copy?
> 2) Does your country have national, provincial and/or local laws or
> customs protecting the anonymity of speech? Are there rules or
> customs that allow, for example, that allow authors to write under
> pen names (nom de plume), political speakers to speak without
> attribution, or artists to publish under other names?
> a) Does your country, province or locality have laws on
> anonymity? If so, could you provide a link or a copy?
> b) If you are a common law country, are there legal cases
> that provide additional rights or limitations on anonymity
> that would be valuable for us to know about? If so, could
> you provide a link or a copy?
> 3) Does your country have national, provincial and/or local laws
> that govern the ways in which data subjects must be notified of and
> give consent for data collection and processing?
> 4) Does your country have a data protection agency or officer? If
> so, could you provide us with the contact information?
> 5) Has your country at the national, regional or local level (in a
> government, agency or court decision that you are aware of) made
> any decision or ruling regarding the collection and publication of
> personal information in the globally available WHOIS database?