Privacy/TPWG/Change Proposal Unknowing

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Proposal: Unknowing collection, retention and use

Proposal from Jonathan Mayer; issue-208

New text

A party MUST make reasonable efforts to understand its information practices. If a party learns that it collects information in violation of this standard, it MUST end that collection at the earliest practical opportunity. If a party learns that it retains information in violation of this standard, it MUST delete that information at the earliest practical opportunity. If a party learns that it uses information in violation of this standard, it MUST end that use at the earliest practical opportunity. If a party learns that it shares information in violation of this standard, it MUST end that sharing at the earliest practical opportunity.

Editors' Draft Text

If a party learns that it possesses information in violation of this standard, it MUST, where reasonably feasible, delete or de-identify that information at the earliest practical opportunity, even if it was previously unaware of such information practices despite reasonable efforts to understand its information practices.