Can Privacy and Big Data Coexist?
BIG DATASeptember 16, 2013
A recent report by Forbes’ Kashmir Hill revealed how an E-Z Pass is not only tracked by toll booths but also by a New York City traffic management initiative. The news highlights both the benefits of Big Data use and the privacy concerns about secondary use, ubiquitous data collection, anonymization and other topics covered at last week’s Future of Privacy Forum and Stanford Law School event on Big Data and privacy. This Privacy Perspectives installment delves into some of the major takeaways from the event and what these paradigms could mean for businesses and consumers moving forward.