Tag Archives: data privacy

Anonymisation Confusion

The GDPR starts getting enforced in a few weeks. It’s been law for a couple years, but the authorities have given companies time to comply. I know various entities are frantically working towards compliance as I keep getting updates to … Continue reading

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The Nightmare Letter

I’m not sure if this imaginary GDPR letter is a nightmare, but I do know that in most of the organizations where I’ve worked, this type of request would result in a crash project for me. I’d be working long hours, contacting … Continue reading

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The GDPR Sky is Falling

David Poole wrote a nice summary of the GDPR regulations that come into force this spring in Europe. He covers a number of the sections, trying to provide a simple explanation of the potential issues from the perspective of a data … Continue reading

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A Data ID

It sounds good. A universal ID that can be used for your identifiable data, in case you happen to lose your paperwork. Paperwork? When will that term become lost to history? These days, less and less of anything is available … Continue reading

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