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Efforts to collect and mine health data have triggered alarms from privacy advocates in the past.
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If that lawsuit is successful, no UC school could use its internal definition of privacy as a justification for defying the California Public Records Act in the future.
In other words, the university argued that its own definition of privacy overrides the public’s right to know.
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Methods, such as device fingerprinting, are also under siege for compromising people’s privacy.
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Particularly if you ask for keyword-level data you lose some of it to sampling and some of it to protect the privacy of users if Google thinks that what they searched for is specific enough.
Facebook will be asked about its content moderation, acquisitions of competitors and privacy policies.
This has raised concerns over data privacy and protection of subscriber details as well as transaction information that is now in the hands of police and could be publicly used as evidence against EcoCash in court.
That’s one of the great potentials that blockchain gives is the bandwidth to build platforms that are more focused on the privacy elements.
There is, however, a need to balance privacy with the public’s right to know, said Fielding-Miller.

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