On 22 October, MediaNama interviewed Raymund Liboro, Privacy Commissioner of Philippines as part of #PrivacyNama 2021 to discuss what it takes to build and run a data protection authority. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-6ZJ_TgCFU Some aspects, among several others, covered in this interview: The early days of the National Privacy Commission How the National Privacy Commission prioritises which cases to take The first big case that the National Privacy Commission took on, and how they dealt with it The structure of the National Privacy Commission and how it engages with other regulators Priorities of Data Protection Authorities and how they build structures for effective functioning The role of advocacy from Data Protection Authorities in enabling an environment conducive to privacy How the National Privacy Commission works with Chief Data Protection Officers Managing customer complaints Commissioner Liboro was also part of the PrivacyNama session on the Operationalisation of Privacy legislation. Also read: When Should A Complaint Be Escalated To A Data Protection Authority? What To Do With Violators Of Privacy Laws? Examining Criminal Sanctions, Fines, And More What Makes An Effective Data Protection Authority Tick?
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