Over the past year, the idea of big data analytics and its potential for discriminatory harm has only gained steam. IAPP VP of Research and Education Omer Tene published with the Future of Privacy Forum’s Jules Polonetsky about the topic in a paper called “Judged by the Tin Man”; Michael Schrage wrote about it for Harvard Business Review, and the White House reports on big data highlighted potential discrimination as an issue to watch. Perhaps it’s not surprising then that the two IAPP prize-winning papers at this year’s Privacy Law Scholars Conference both deal with big data and the increasingly complicated systems that employ it. The IAPP’s Sam Pfeifle interviews the four authors of the two papers in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor.
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