GS1 Industry & Standards Event March 26-30, 2012 Brooklyn, NY

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GS1 Industry & Standards Event

March 26
-
30, 2012


Brooklyn, NY


Building Standards to Deliver Business Value

Public Policy Update

March 26, 2012
9:00 am


10:15 am


Elizabeth Board, GS1 GO

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Anti
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Trust Caution

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GS1 and the GSMP operate under the GS1 anti
-
trust caution. Strict
compliance with anti
-
trust laws is and always has been the policy of GS1.


The best way to avoid problems is to remember that the purpose of the
committee is to enhance the ability of all industry members to compete more
efficiently.


This means:


There shall be no discussion of prices, allocation of customers, or
products, etc.



If any participant believes the group is drifting towards an impermissible
discussion, the topic shall be tabled until the opinion of counsel can be
obtained.


The full anti
-
trust caution is available in the Community Room if you
would like to read it in its entirety


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Meeting Etiquette

Meetings will begin promptly at
designated start times


Avoid distracting
behavior
:


Place all mobile devices on silent mode


Avoid cell phones


Avoid sidebar conversations


Speak in turn and be respectful of others


Be collaborative in support of the meeting
objectives



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Agenda

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US State Government Relations Update


European Union (EU) Update


Asia Pacific Update


Privacy Impact Assessment Tool Update & Review




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US RFID Draft Legislation
Update

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US Government Relations Update

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New Hampshire state RFID “no tracking” bill, likely to be
passed by full House



B
est opportunity to kill bill is in Senate



Interest remains high in various US House and Senate
privacy protection bills but none expected to move this
year



Federal Trade Commission privacy paper not yet
released; White House privacy paper released with
focus on online privacy











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US Government Relations Update

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White House Standards Memo released


http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/memoranda/2012
/m
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12
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08.pdf



Reinforced US Government emphasis on industry consensus
standards reinforced
with acknowledgment that when national
priority is identified, the Federal Government may need to
accelerate standards development and implementation by “active
engagement or a convening role”



Examples given: electronic medical records and smart grid



Meetings being scheduled with agencies authoring memo to
determine any opportunities for GS1


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5 States With
Proposed

RFID Legislation
In 2012

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Recurring States



New York


New Hampshire


Massachusetts


Mostly reintroductions or
variations on past
legislation; legislators with
an interest in RFID.


New States



California


Oklahoma


Relates to
student
monitoring, Drivers
Licenses

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States
With
Proposed

RFID Legislation
In 2012

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New York


Carry
-
over bills that failed in House last year.



SB 1821


Establishes a Privacy Task Force that
would report on existing state law, regulations,
policies, and practices related to the use of technology,
including RFID. Companion bill AB 1032 failed in
House. Unlikely to pass Senate.


SB 1168
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Radio Frequency Right to Know Act,
requires retail establishments to label and disclose the
use of RFID devices, and deactivation at point of sale
.
Companion bill AB
1033
failed in House
.
Unlikely to
pass Senate
.

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States
With
Proposed

RFID Legislation
In 2012

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Massachusetts


SB 1850


Regulates radio frequency identification
devices in the Commonwealth; provides that a
commercial entity that uses an RFID system in their
normal course of commerce shall display a sign which
shall be readable by a consumer before the consumer
comes in contact with the RFID system
.

As of 3/20/12
-

In Joint
Committee on
Consumer
Protection and Professional Licensure:
Set aside for
Study.






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States
With
Proposed

RFID Legislation
In 2012

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New Hampshire



HB 445


Prohibits tracking individuals through
electronic means.


Bill recommended for Interim Study by both House
Commerce & House Criminal Justice Committees


pending full House vote.

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States With Proposed RFID Legislation

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California




AB
1362 Prevents using RFID or GPS to monitor student
attendance at school.
Failed. Status as of 02/01/2012
Died
pursuant to Art. IV, Sec. 10(c) of the Constitution.

From
Committee: Filed with the Chief Clerk pursuant to
Joint Rule
56.






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States With Proposed RFID Legislation

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Oklahoma



HB 1399 Prohibits RFID in Drivers Licenses.


Pending
-

Carryover






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European Commission (EC)
Update

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European Commission Conference on
PIA Implementation

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Only France, Germany represented on Industry Panel



GS1, METRO and
Decalthon

participated



Key message: Commission wants more industry PIA
implementation



http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/rfid/docum
ents/piaconferencesummary.pdf





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EU Standardisation
Mandate:
Signage
and PIA

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Work on phase 2 of RFID Mandate to CEN (EU
standards
organisation
) to
define standards
for
RFID signage
and PIA
started March
2012; completion by June
2014



GS1 represented in relevant Technical Committee and two
of the external experts contracted by CEN to draft discussion
documents come from M0s (DE, CZ)



Key GS1
issues


R
elationship
between
common
EU
RFID signage and symbol
requirements (RFID
Recommendation) and EPC
symbol


Need to
ensure no additional requirements are introduced relative
to PIA
Framework and that GS1 PIA tool
remains complaint with
final standard


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EU Commission IoT
Experts Group

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February meeting discussed public
consultation
questions to be addressed
by citizens


Topics:
privacy, security, ethics, identifiers
, governance


Key issues
for GS1


Privacy: relationship between PIA as introduced
in
the
RFID
Recommendation and PIA in the proposals
to reform Data
Protection l
egislation


Identifiers
:
will all be freely accessible? Interoperability
questions between
different sets of
identifiers/platforms


Governance: option of establishing a new international
platform (UN IGF
-
type or alternative);
possible
that
governance of resolution services may be included



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EU Commission IoT
Expert
Group

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Next Steps


Public consultation published March/April
and open
for
three
months



Consultation results
plus additional work of the
Expert Group
to feed into Commission policy impact
assessment
presented
by end
2012



Recommendation on IoT policy to be published first
half of
2013 in parallel with gap analysis on IoT
standardisation needed by CEN/CENELEC and
ETSI


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EU Commission Data Protection
Legislation Reform Proposals

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EU Commission published
comprehensive
legislative
reform
proposals on Data Protection in January 2012



The Proposed Regulation
will enter
the EU legislative process,
a
politically
-
charged undertaking
likely to take 1
-
2 years
and will
require approval by the Council of the European Union and the
European Parliament.
There are likely to be changes, potentially
major
ones.



U
nder
the Proposed Regulation,
there
would no longer be national
data protection laws to comply with, and the provisions of the
Proposed Regulation would apply
EU
-
wide


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Additional EU Developments


Product safety


EC
Expert Group
meeting 8 Feb discussed
child’s carriage
Traceability
Paper


Healthcare


GS1 nominated to the EC
eHealth

Stakeholder Group: Christian Hay (GS1 CH),
Ulrike
Kreisa

(alternate)


eProcurement


GS1
Mos

appointed to EC Expert Group on
eTendering

and Multi
-
stakeholder Forum
on
eInvoicing


R
esponse to EC public consultation
on draft guidelines for procuring standards based
ICT (+ additional response from
eProcurement

Project Team
-

Natascha Rossner)


EU
Standardisation policy reform
proposals


P
roposed
provisions on direct referencing and recognition of ICT technical
specifications from global ICT For a and Consortia still tabled


In advance of the formal adoption of legislative package EC
formed a
Multi
-
stakeholder Platform on ICT Standardisation to
advise
on all matters related to
European ICT standardisation policy and its effective implementation


GS1 nominated as member: Henri Barthel, Massimiliano Minisci (alternate)


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Asia Pacific

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New Commitment to Public Policy in
Asia Pacific

Plan and Strategy to be discussed at April GS1 Advisory Council meeting


Objective: Increase the visibility of GS1 and the adoption of GS1 standards in the AP
region


Strategy


Inform
and maintain an ongoing dialogue with key policy decision
-
makers in
government, industry groups,
NGOs
and consumer
organizations, with primary
focus on APEC/ABAC


Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation


APEC Business Advisory Council


Objectives


Communicate and coordinate among MOs and industry users to ensure a
coherent
strategy and messaging



We will be looking for your input as we go forward; MO and member
company collaboration will be critical for success!



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GS1 Privacy Impact
Assessment (PIA)

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What is a Privacy Impact
Assessment (PIA)?

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PIAs help organizations to assess the privacy risks
-

and
identify the measures to be taken to address them
-

before a new applications are introduced to the market



The PIA is a tool to generate and communicate
confidence that organizational privacy objectives have
been defined and addressed




Working through a PIA will promote a more fully
informed policy decision
-
making process for operations
and system design choices

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PIAs are not new!

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Term started being used in the US in the 1970s


1990s when PIAs became important globally (especially
Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Norway and US)


E
-
Government Act of 2002 requires US Government
agencies to conduct PIAs


PIA tool has not been used as much in Europe because
a stronger legal framework exists for privacy (e.g.
EU
Data Protection Directive)

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Background


The EC Recommendation on
Privacy & Data Protection for RFID Applications


European Commission
RFID Recommendation
issued May 2009


http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/rfid/documents/rec
ommendationonrfid2009.pdf



All RFID “Application Operators” should
conduct a PIA of their RFID Application





Industry in collaboration with stakeholders
should develop a framework for Privacy
Impact Assessments (PIAs) endorsed by
Article 29 Data Protection Working Party


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Background
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RFID PIA Framework


Serves as a common approach to conducting Privacy
Impact Assessments on RFID Applications


http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/rfid/documents/infso
-
2011
-
00068.pdf



PIA Framework

identifies


objectives of RFID Application PIAs


components of RFID Applications to be considered during PIAs


process for conducting a PIA and the common structure and content of
RFID
Application PIA Reports



Based on a privacy and data protection risk management
approach


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RFID PIA History


2009


RFID Recommendation

published


2010


Drafting of
PIA Framework


February 2011


Framework

formally endorsement by
the Article 29 Working Party (Data Protection
Commissioners from EU Member States)


April 2011
-

Framework

endorsed by the European
Commission (EC)


http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/rfid/documents/infso
-
2011
-
00068.pdf


Nov 2011 GS1 publishes
EPC RFID PIA Tool



http://www.gs1.org/epcglobal/pia/


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Bert has it right!



“Why perform a PIA? The
easy answer is, "Because
we do business in Europe".
A better answer is,
"It's the
right thing to do".

The
more detailed answer is
that it will help you define
all relevant aspects of an
RFID implementation and
identify potential risks


whether it's a risk to
customers, employees or
the company itself.”


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http://www.aimglobal.org/members/news/te
mplates/template.aspx?articleid=3977&zon
eid=26


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Initial Assessment:
PIA Framework

Decision Tree on PIA levels

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Check Out The GS1 EPC RFID Tool


http://www.gs1.org/epcglobal/pia/


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Questions?

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Check out the
Frequently Asked Questions
document on
the GS1 website:

http://www.gs1.org/docs/epcglobal/pia/GS1_%20EPC_RFID_PIA_
FAQ.pdf



Question not answered?
Contact your local Member
Organisation at:
www.gs1.org/contact

or send an email
to

PIA@GS1.org



Have suggestions or problems with the tool?
Write

PIA@GS1.org



PIA Tool Demo



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Assessment Set Up

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Initial Assessment

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Level One Assessment

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Level Two Assessment

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Pop
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up Privacy Guidance

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Describe Privacy Protection Control

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all attendees will receive an
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overall
satisfaction of the
event.


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Contact Details


Elizabeth Board

GS1 Global Public Policy

elizabeth.board@gs1.org


Massimiliano Minisci

GS1 Public Policy Europe

massimiliano.minisci@gs1.org