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What is Data Privacy Foundation?

The Data Privacy Foundation is a knowledge based, “Think-Tank & Brains-Trust” oriented society, incorporated in New Zealand. It does not aspire to be policy or a training organisation; it is not a professional development organisation nor a certification agency. Instead it is a collaborative alliance of privacy professionals, working together to harness knowledge for the common good.



Security Technologies Returning Accountability, Trust and User-centric Services in the Cloud (STRATUS) will create a suite of novel security tools, techniques and capabilities which return control of data to Cloud computing users. The aim is to empower users to be able to control their security of their data in the Cloud and to give companies tools and services to sell.

Legislation and Regulation

Legislation Databse
The Data Privacy Matrix
Privacy Frameworks

Technical Implementation

Tools and Technologies
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Research Papers
Research Thesis

Case Studies

General Articles

Hybrid Of Technical And Legal Approach To Data Privacy

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How to contribute?

We welcome contributions to the dataPrivacyWiki. This is intended to be the premier database on data privacy, and may serve as a knowledge source for certification, training and legislation. To contribute, please click on the button below, you will be taken to a page where you can fill in your name and email, and submit your original article. There is also a section where you can provide us with a short biodata. We will review the article and either approve and upload it, or ask for editorial changes to be made. All posted articles will include the contributing author.

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