Central to the work of the Information Accountability Foundation is the concept that using data to discover new insights about people raises a different set of risks than using data to make decisions about people. That foundational idea was first explored in a paper published by the Centre for Information Policy Leadership entitled “Big Data Analytics: Seeking Foundations for Effective Privacy Guidance.” Paula Bruening and I were among the paper’s authors. The IAF asked Ms. Bruening to update that paper for the issues presented in 2019. The IAF is very pleased to release “Advanced Data Analytic Processing – 2019 Update.” Please let us know what you think.
← Christopher Docksey – Keynote on Accountability At the 41st Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners 24 October 2019 in Tirana, Albania