Privacy, Anonymity and De-Identification in the Age of Big Data

Presented at Data Privacy Asia 2016 conference

For most privacy and data protection laws across the globe, “identifiability” is a crucial threshold question that determines whether laws apply or not. In the age of big data, with improved techniques and technologies for re-identification, the collection and use of supposedly anonymous information is a growing challenge. Some would say it is even a fiction. In this session, we will look closely at the concept of “identifiable” from a cross-jurisdictional perspective and at these new technologies to discuss best practices in the age of big data.

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