Mid-Atlantic Privacy: Responsibility, Collaboration, and Creativity + Bermuda's Pink Sandbox

Note: This post is part of a series on the Mid-Atlantic Privacy Compass. Over the following weeks, Commissioner White will explore each of its Compass Points in greater detail.


Abstract:

  • Organisations must reject the notion that innovation and speed require sacrificing values and embrace the possibility of “Privacy and…” not “Privacy or….”

  • Innovative organisations, regulators, and other stakeholders, must work together to develop well-defined systems of collaboration to allow innovation in responsible ways that respect rights. Ideas and technology can then be tested in recognized and formalized trials and “Sandboxes” that allow for a controlled environment and due consideration of various factors.