In her keynote address at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive in London this week, Caroline Criado-Perez gave a sobering account of why privacy professionals should take seriously the job of bridging the gender-data gap, especially in this age of big data. Criado-Perez, a journalist, studies how women are affected by data uses in society by experimenting a bit. She looks at how data is aggregated in industries like transportation, medicine and the workplace and is troubled by the imbalances she's found. In this dispatch for The Privacy Advisor, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, reports on Criado-Perez's findings and what they could mean for privacy pros.
If you want to comment on this post, you need to login.