Almost two hundred privacy experts, advocates, and governments officials from around the world gathered in Madrid for the "Global Privacy Standards" conference, organized by the Public Voice. The event features panel discussions on “Privacy and Human Rights: The Year in Review,” "Privacy Activism: Major Campaigns," “Your Data in the Cloud: What if it Rains?,” "Transborder Data Flow: Bridges, Channels or Walls?," and "“Toward International Privacy Standards." Leading privacy officials from Spain, the European Union, the European Parliament, the OECD, and Canada are participating. The event is being held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Privacy and Data Protection Commissioners, which is expected to draw more than 1,000 participants from over fifty countries. The Public Voice event will also be cybercast and tweeted. @thepublicvoice #globalprivacy.
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