Bermuda sits at the crossroads of the Atlantic, physically, culturally, and economically. This has long been to the island’s benefit, claiming the best of multiple worlds to create a prosperous and successful community.
In the privacy context, two polar ideologies are often presented as in conflict: the protection of individual rights versus business success.
Following Bermuda tradition, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner rejects this either-or narrative and proposes a philosophy of Mid-Atlantic Privacy to help organisations navigate towards finding win-win scenarios, towards developing privacy practices to protect rights and enable business operations, and towards embracing challenges in order to find ways to innovate while protecting privacy.
COMPASS POINTS BLOG SERIES
Through a series of posts on our Publications & Blog page, Commissioner White expands upon the inspiration behind Mid-Atlantic Privacy and each of its Compass Points.