Tag Archives: data privacy

When Will Privacy Matter?

More and more people are becoming concerned about data privacy. There’s more advocacy, and this shows in more laws being passed around the world. Those are good steps forward, but those rules and restrictions are just the lowest bar of … Continue reading

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A Data Controversy

Quite a bit has changed since this article about airlines and the US government.  Since very few people are flying, or even can fly, perhaps this disagreement is moot, but I bet it comes up again. Now, separate from the … Continue reading

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Automatic Refaction of PII

Data privacy and protection has become a hot topic. Across the last few years, as I’ve worked with customers that deal with the GDPR or other laws, they’ve become more concerned and careful with their use of data. I find … Continue reading

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The Changing Nature of Data

Are addresses sensitive or private information? It’s a good question to ask since many of us have address data in our databases. I asked this recently at a SQL in the City event and the room was split. I come … Continue reading

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