Privacy Guidelines, about app development

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A fine of two hundred thousand euros that the Norwegian Privacy Authority, the DPA, has imposed on a local reality, for having developed an app, regardless of the paradigms to protect the privacy and security of users, has acted as a “flywheel”, to establish a series of requirements by design, appropriately made known to European developers. The background is an application, made available by the school authority of Oslo, to report the absences of students by their parents: this communication had to be placed in a white field, which according to the DPA, could have started improper communications, on children’s…...

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Raffaella Aghemo Innovative Lawyer and Business Consultant, and recently Co-Founder of IUSINTECH Team, Raffaella has worked as the director of a communications agency for many years. A legal soul lent to marketing and business, she has made this combination of skills her strong point! She writes legal insights in her specializations (IP, innovation technology, communication, blockchain). Actually, she's following a blockchain development project in the luxury sector. She loves reading, writing, and movies.