Free Tool: Privacy Regulators
Updated: 4 days ago
Free tool now available in the Collaboration Hub joins a growing library of free datasets and tools available to privacy professionals
The Data Collaboration Community has launched a free tool that enables anyone to locate and connect with Data Privacy Authorities from around the globe via a simple and intuitive interface.
Instant access to Data Protection Authorities
Now in BETA, the Privacy Regulators provides instant access to the details for Data Protection Authorities from around the globe which have been organized into handy 'Cards' (see below). It's a fast and simple way to find key details for each authority including links for the website and Twitter feed.
Growing library of free tools
The Privacy Regulators joins a growing collection of datasets and free tools that support privacy pros:
The Finder 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
The dataset that powers the Privacy Regulators was crowd-sourced by the Data Collaboration Community and members are encourages to click the 'edit' link to suggest changes to any record in order to improve its quality.
Members are encouraged to hit the 'Feedback' tab and leave their ideas for how the tool can be improved. 💡
Joining the Data Collaboration Community is free. Click below to sign up in 3 seconds and get access to the Privacy Regulators and our growing library of free privacy tools!
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. We build and share open datasets, free tools, and operate data-for-good activities. Our 'Collaboration Hub' app protects member data with a pioneering Data Owner Bill of Rights.