Privacy professionals tasked with advising on big data applications are inundated by a flood of reports and analyses from regulators and policy-makers around the globe. This volume of available material always exceeds reading time, so selectivity of reading matter is required. One regulator that usually has interesting insights is the UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, iappANZ's Peter Leonard analyzes the ICO's recent advice on big data, which includes warnings about putting too much trust in the concept of anonymization and putting in place a “values-based framework and rigorous governance arrangements.”
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