New: Privacy Regulators app
Updated: Aug 2
Data Collaboration Community introduces free application to help privacy professionals locate and contact international data protection authorities.
The Data Collaboration Community has launched a free app that enables anyone to locate and connect with data privacy regulators from around the globe via a simple and intuitive interface.
Instant access to Data Privacy Regulators
Now in BETA, the app provides instant access to Data Privacy Regulators from around the globe which have been organized into handy cards.
It's a fast and simple way to locate, bookmark, and access key resources for each regulator such as its website, Twitter feed, email etc.
The app organized the data for individual regulators into cards (see image above) each of which offers the following actions for users:
View - open regulator website
Bookmark - save for instant access / future reference
Edit - something missing or incorrect? Suggest the change!
Share - send link via email, Twitter, or LinkedIn
Members are also encouraged to use the 'Feedback' tab to rate apps for usefulness and leave ideas for improvements. 💡
Growing library of free apps
The Collaboration Hub platform is host to a growing collection of crowdsourced datasets and free apps for privacy pros:
The app is intended for a variety of people who will benefit from open and instant access to privacy news stories from around the globe:
Inform client assessments
Augment case research
Support policy papers, white papers
Stay on top of important global news
Support course and certification studies
Data collaboration in action
All member data is protected by a modern Data Governance Policy that includes a pioneering Data Owner Bill of Rights.
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About the Data Collaboration Community
The Data Collaboration Community is operated by the Data Collaboration Alliance, a global nonprofit dedicated to meaningful data ownership and global collaborative intelligence. Our members and free partners access open datasets, free apps, and data-for-good projects. All users are protected by a pioneering Data Owner Bill of Rights. We also undertake research into the future of data and applications and operate a software-for-good program.