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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | How a 'design jam' event led to privacy violations Related reading: A view from DC: The gossip test for sensitive data



Salinger Privacy looks back at a case in which Flight Centre was found to have disclosed the information of almost 7,000 individuals. Flight Centre held a "design jam" event in 2017 in the hopes of creating technical solutions to help travel agents better support customers. Participants were given access to 106 million rows of data; however, the information of those affected was not properly deidentified, and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner found the company violated the individuals' privacy.
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