Academics Explore the Intersection of Privacy and Big Data
PRIVACY SCHOLARSHIPSeptember 4, 2013
In anticipation of next week’s Future of Privacy Forum and Stanford Center for Internet and Society workshop on meeting the challenges of Big Data and privacy, Stanford Law Review has released its 2013 Symposium Issue with contributions from academics and other privacy experts. Academic works cover topics such as Big Data rewards, classification and fairness, paradoxes of Big Data, “preemptive analytics” and public vs. nonpublic data. Meanwhile, a new post by Ari Waldman in Concurring Opinions explores the “sociology of privacy.” Editor's Note: Look for IAPP coverage of the event next week.