Working Group Privacy - INATBA
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Other Working GroupsThe Privacy Working Group aims at raising the voice of the industry
on the most relevant issues related to privacy and establish a common opinion
to provide input to regulators.
PrivacyWORKING GROUPSWORKING GROUPSPrivacyThe Privacy Working Group aims at raising the voice
of the industry on the most relevant issues related
to privacy and establish a common opinion
to provide input to regulators.
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Purpose

Wiktor Square

token.com

Wiktor Pinkwart

Co-Chair
Dave_Square

Block-Staff

David Zein

Co-Chair

The Working Group gathers mutual interest amongst INATBA members to obtain more guidance and particular help from the regulators. This may lead to issued guidance, on the European level from the EDPB, change of current regulations and taking this key technology into account when drafting new regulations.

 

Objectives

The Working Group is focused on these key areas:

Blockchain and Data Protection Regulations: Advocating for regulations that equally support privacy and blockchain innovation.

• Privacy in CBDCs: Addressing privacy and transparency challenges in the development of Central Bank Digital Currencies.

• Advancing Zero-Knowledge Proof Technology: Supporting the development of the ZKP technology for digital identities.

• Data Sovereignty: Supporting initiatives that enhance individuals’ control over their personal data.

Outputs

Intellectual Property in the Digital Era: The Role of Tokenization

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Defining Smart Contracts in Regulatory Context: Contrasting with Automated Data Sharing Agreements

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Data Act
Open Letter

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Report: Data Protection Regulations Applicable to Blockchain Technology in Different Jurisdictions Worldwide – 2021–2022 edition

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Report: Data Protection Regulations Applicable to Blockchain Technology in Different Jurisdictions Worldwide – 2020 edition

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The Impact of Data Protection Regulations on the Blockchain Ecosystem

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Response to Draft Council Regulation on Encryption

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Why is it essential?

Privacy regulations, and their unclarity with regard to blockchain, are currently a limiting factor in the development of distributed systems and networks. As regulators currently work on the assumption client-server architecture for IT systems, there are no provisions for blockchain/DLT.