Citation Edit

Ann Cavoukian & Marilyn Prosch, Privacy by ReDesign: Building a Better Legacy (May 2011) (full-text).

Overview Edit

Privacy by ReDesign is a new approach to applying the "7 Foundational Principles of Privacy by Design" to existing systems: information technologies, business practices, physical design, and networked infrastructure. Clearly, since existing systems are already operational and pervasive throughout organizations, the principles cannot be embedded from the outset. Instead, the objective must be to approach the end state of PbD — the highest standard of privacy protection — by seizing opportunities to Rethink, Redesign, and Revive these systems.

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