Do you have a reasonable expectation of privacy at the border? The government has consistently argued no, but court cases across Canada dispute that.
Data which can track our psychological behavior is “something very powerful” and could help tackle unhealthy habits, according to the CEO of Earthmiles.
Here’s a challenge for privacy practitioners everywhere. Laws, by their nature, are national (or in some cases, like the GDPR, regional) but the businesses we represent often consume, process and share data globally. When contracting with counterparties, how then does the privacy practitioner draft data protection terms that accommodate the vagaries of every applicable local privacy law while still producing a contract that both parties want to sign?
Back in June 2016, Apple announced it will use differential privacy to protect individual privacy for certain data that it collects. Though already a hot research topic for over a decade, this announcement introduced differential privacy to the broader public. Before that announcement, Google had already been using differential privacy for collecting Chrome usage statistics. And within the last month, Uber announced that they too are using differential privacy.
Cryptocurrencies are portrayed as a more anonymous and less traceable method of payment than credit cards. So if you shop online and pay with Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency, how much privacy do you have? In a new paper, we show just how little.
So let’s be clear. Consent is one way to comply with the GDPR, but it’s not the only way.
Axon is using body cameras to build an artificial intelligence system that raises big civil liberties questions.
Is an £80k salary really enough for the combination of skills and responsibilities required for the role?
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a new draft revision of its widely used Special Publication (SP) 800-53, Security and Privacy Controls for Information Systems and Organizations.