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[liberationtech] CORRECTION: European privacy regulators' excellent paper on Anonymisation Techniques

Shava Nerad shava23 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 00:09:32 PDT 2014


Do they have teeth to enforce that, Caspar?  The political will, do you
think?

Or is this just PRIME-ing the pump with slick language, to stir up the
waters? ;)

Shava Nerad
Privacy Evangelist,
Blackphone/SGP Technologies
On Apr 16, 2014 7:18 PM, "Caspar Bowden (lists)" <lists at casparbowden.net>
wrote:

>  Please disregard previous, main highlighted link got mangled
> =====================================
>
> It's been a remarkable few days for the Committee of European privacy
> regulators (the "Art.29 Working Party")
>
> In their first opinion on Data Protection law and national security<http://t.co/itKVGpDI1L>,
> they grudgingly sort of admit it is their job to stop NSA spying, but then
> the next day they approve contracts for PRISM's first "corporate partner"<https://twitter.com/CasparBowden/status/456366945512599552>for Cloud "processing" (although they aren't
> really a "mere" processor at all<https://twitter.com/CasparBowden/status/456413628392939520>
> )
>
> ..and today they issued the highest quality paper I have ever read from
> them - No.216, on Anonymisation Techniques
>
> Storified version *here
> <https://storify.com/CasparBowden/art-29-wp-opinion-216-on-anonymisation-techniques>*for gist, full text (37 pages) in first tweet
>
> If anyone knows of a regulatory text that comes close on this topic, would
> like to know...
>
> The relevance to LiberationTech is that if they enforce this, then a whole
> bunch of worries about commercial and state spying through BigData will go
> away, in Europe at least
>
> Caspar
>
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