Scot Ganow: No Laughing Matter
No Laughing Matter — Why the Cartoon Network Case Points Out a Shortsighted Flaw in Defining Personally Identifiable Information Narrowly
Scot Ganow’s latest blog post reviews a recent case that emphasized the value of anonymizing data prior to sale or release, and the need for older privacy laws to be revisited in light of the Internet and expansive databases filled with personally identifiable information.
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FI&C is a business litigation firm that operates with a singular focus on serving its clients with a passion for excellence. That singular mission has allowed FI&C to flourish on a national scale with clients located across the United States and abroad.
Scot Ganow is an attorney, who among his many talents, specializes in privacy.
- Can you comply your way to greatness?November 21, 2019
- When to Integrate Anonymization of Documents and DataSeptember 26, 2019
- Deep-Diving into Re-identification: Perspectives On An Article In Nature CommunicationsSeptember 26, 2019
- Learning at Scale: Anonymizing Unstructured Data using AI/MLSeptember 26, 2019
- Early Impact of Health Canada’s New GuidelinesJune 21, 2019
- GDPR and The Future of Clinical Trials Data SharingMarch 18, 2019
- Advancing Principled Data Practices in Support of Emerging TechnologiesMarch 15, 2019
- “Zero Risk Does Not Exist”February 7, 2019
- Is Anonymization Possible with Current Technologies?January 9, 2019
- Comparing the benefits of pseudonymisation and anonymisation under the GDPRDecember 20, 2018