Over the past decade, privacy has become an increasing concern for the public as data analytics have expanded exponentially in scope. Big data has become a part of our everyday lives in ways that most people are not fully aware of and don’t understand.
Bringing Privacy Regulation into an AI World, Part 2 Many experts on privacy and artificial intelligence (AI) have questioned whether AI technologies such as machine learning, predictive analytics, and deep learning are compatible with basic privacy principles.
Great news – Canada has just released its free COVID-19 exposure notification app , COVID Alert. Several questions now arise: Is it private and secure?
From Contact Tracing to Outbreak Notification Call for Participation This post is a call for participation for design thinkers – please email or tweet @drwhassan.
This article describes the issue of Police use of AI-based facial recognition technology, discusses why it poses a problem, describes the methodology of assessment, and
PREPARING FOR DATA TRANSFER – CLAUSES FOR VENDOR CONTRACTS A three-part series from KI Design: Part I: Data Outsourcing Part II: Cross-border Data Transfers The following guidelines
CROSS-BORDER DATA TRANSFERS A three-part series from KI Design: Part I: Data Outsourcing , Part III: Preparing for Data Transfer – Clauses for Vendor Contracts When personal information
DATA OUTSOURCING In our digitally interconnected world, most organizations that handle personal information will transfer it to a third party at some stage of the
A series of articles offering a sneak peek into my e-book, Privacy in Design: A Practical Guide to Corporate Compliance.
The initial excitement over Alphabet’s Smartcity may be dwindling out of the perception that the tech giant will use the new development in the Harbourfront to collect