Re: UK’s upper House urges privacy kitemark for online platforms | TechCrunch

On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 3:21 PM, Peter Schoo <> wrote:
> >From what I've observed remotely, how the EuroPrise certification has
> developed and evolved, it has been initiated and driven by folk that
> were also involved in and learned from P3P and associated European
> projects ... they learned ... and improved privacy validations, I'd say.
> The basic processes are defined and what privacy actually means in the
> individual certification cases needs then to be fixed by two persons.
> One with technical background, one with legal background. All based on
> EU regulations, documented. Downside: time and money.
> It's not a fast process. Nevertheless a number of larger companies go
> this way, especially for the European market.
> NB: I'm not having shares in EuroPrise. Just my observations

I do wonder about the 2011 date on their criteria document... not that
I reviewed that document in detail (it's big!) but just that a lot has
changed in five years. best, Joe

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