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Daily Dashboard | Can biometric data truly be anonymized? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Dec. 13, 2019

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Nearly 25 million people have taken an at-home DNA testing kit and shared that data with one of four ancestry and health databases. “With this proliferation of genetic testing and biometric data collection, there should be an increased scrutiny of the practices used to deidentify this data,” Santa Clara University Juris Doctor Candidate Justin Banda, CIPP/US, writes in this piece for Privacy Perspectives. Banda looks at whether biometric data can ever truly be anonymized, as well as deidentification methods and best practices and the current state of biometric data under the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
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