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Privacy, Profiling and Public Safety in the time of COVID-19

by Andrew Frank  |  March 21, 2020

Among all the accepted norms that are being transformed by COVID-19 pandemic, the role of data in society stands out. It’s clearer than ever that the availability of data, or...

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What Is “Reasonable” Privacy?

by Andrew Frank  |  September 19, 2019

If you’ve been following the details of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), you probably know that the California State Legislature amended the definition of “personal data” to add the...

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Beer and Cookies

by Andrew Frank  |  August 27, 2019

One hundred years ago, the United States was besieged with social problems. Political corruption, public violence, and rampant addiction weighed upon the populace. Many saw a solution in the growing...

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The War on Data Continues

by Andrew White  |  April 2, 2019

Two articles I spied in the last few days really nailed for me the “war on data”.  By “war” I mean to say the onslaught of public policy being mooted...

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