Citation[edit | edit source]
The White House, Information Infrastructure Task Force, Information Policy Committee, Working Group on Privacy, Privacy and the National Information Infrastructure: Principles for Providing and Using Personal Information (June 26, 1995) (full-text).
Overview[edit | edit source]
This White Paper identified three principles: information privacy, information integrity, and information quality, which were deemed to be fundamental requirements necessary for the proper use of personal information.
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Principles[edit | edit source]
- Under the Information Privacy Principle: "Personal information should be acquired, disclosed, and used only in ways that respect an individual's privacy."
- Under the Information Integrity Principle: "Personal information should not be improperly altered or destroyed."
- Under the Information Quality Principle: "Personal information should be accurate, timely, complete, and relevant for the purpose for which it is provided and used."