Data Decency and Data Privacy are two distinct concepts often used interchangeably. While both concepts are related to the use of data in digital transactions, they differ in scope and focus.
Data Decency refers to the ethical and moral standards that govern the collection, storage, and use of data in digital transactions. The Data Decency Department is responsible for formulating and implementing laws and regulations related to data decency in national and international digital transactions. The department holds a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of data declarations by using transactional declarations to inspect and assess a wide range of parties, including organisations, individuals, businesses, courts, or government departments.
On the other hand, Data Privacy concerns how an individual’s data is collected, used, and stored, assuring compliance with applicable privacy laws and regulations. Data privacy is focused on protecting data from cyberattacks or unauthorised users and the threat of data theft, corruption, or breaches.
In summary, while both concepts are related to the use of data in digital transactions, Data Decency is more focused on the ethical and moral standards governing data collection, storage, and use.
At the same time, Data Privacy is more focused on protecting data from cyberattacks or unauthorised users.