The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office opened a public consultation on the opening chapter of its draft guidance for anonymization, pseudonymization and privacy-enhancing technologies. The first of the seven-chapter guidance explores "the legal, policy and governance issues around the application of anonymization and pseudonymization in the context of data protection law." The examination covers the ability to anonymize datasets, if it can be done effectively and what the benefits are to applying the practice. The first consultation is open through Nov. 28.
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