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The process of obscuring information, often through the use of a cryptographic scheme in order to make the information unreadable without special knowledge; i.e., the use of code keys. Reference(s) in IAPP Certification Textbooks: F34, 88-89, 96-97, 124-125; US35; G7, 93, 121, 158...
Fieldfisher’s Privacy and Information Law Blog offers this series of blog posts about the proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation. Getting to know the GDPR, Part 1 – You may be processing more personal information than you think By Phil Lee, CIPP/E, CIPM (October 2, 2015) Getting to know t...
The verdict is in: The work of privacy is about more than simply complying with the law. As companies develop and issue new products and services that collect data or use data, they now know they must consider not just whether what they are doing is legal, but also whether what they are doing might ...