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Australia's open data approach lands in a security and privacy minefield - TechRepublic
Learning about data security and privacy the hard way is a bad idea. Unfortunately, Australians are being schooled on a national scale, especially the 10 percent of Australians that have been involuntarily included in the Australian government's release of "anonymous" Medicare data.
opendata  open  data  medical  personal  private  anonymisation  privacy  aggregation  society  security 
december 2017 by juliantait
Anon AI :: Automatic data anonymisation using AI
Share data securely using a workflow tool that automatically anonymises and adapts to changing datasets »
data-tools  ai  privacy  anonymisation 
october 2017 by jackhardinges
New words and pictures to explain anonymisation | Understanding patient data
A recent BBC news article reported that the NHS was “confusing the public by using ‘gobbledygook’”. This is particularly true when it comes to the words used to describe patient data. Words like ‘secondary uses’, ‘pseudonymised’, ‘key-coded’, and ‘de-identified for limited disclosure’ are confusing and unnecessarily technical. They may sound like ‘gobbledygook’, acting as a significant barrier to honest discussions.
personal-data  privacy  anonymisation 
october 2017 by jackhardinges
Ira S. Rubinstein - Anonymisation and Risk
NELL CONELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository
New York University Public Law and Legal Theory
Working Papers
ResearchData  GDPR  Anonymisation  Risk 
september 2017 by gmcmahon
Regina v Department of Health, Ex Parte Source Informatics Ltd: CA 21 Dec 1999 -
Where information was given by a patient to the pharmacist, and he took the data, stripping out any possibility of the individual being identified, the duty of confidence which attached to the prescription was not breached by the passing on of the reduced quantity information to a third party who wished to provide a statistical analysis of the prescriptions filled.
anonymisation  uk  law 
march 2017 by javierruiz
Your 'anonmyized' web browsing history may not be anonymous | EurekAlert! Science News
Raising further questions about privacy on the internet, researchers from Princeton and Stanford universities have released a study showing that a specific person's online behavior can be identified by linking anonymous web browsing histories with social media profiles.

"We show that browsing histories can be linked to social media profiles such as Twitter, Facebook or Reddit accounts
onlineadvertising  privacy  anonymisation  socialmedia 
march 2017 by javierruiz

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