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Business considerations for privacy and open data: how not to get caught out

Business considerations for privacy and open data: how not to get caught out

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When all around you seems to be going "open", what should you know and bear in mind to avoid a privacy debacle. Unless your data is solely about inanimate objects, there will be privacy considerations for your business or organisation. Done properly, suitable consideration may be trivial; done badly, it can be catastrophic, and hindsight is always better when the stories are about a different organisation.

With kittens and hopefully some humour, Sam Smith of Privacy International covers how your organisation can avoid a future audience laughing (uncomfortably) at the privacy choices you should have made for your users, your customers and citizens.
When all around you seems to be going "open", what should you know and bear in mind to avoid a privacy debacle. Unless your data is solely about inanimate objects, there will be privacy considerations for your business or organisation. Done properly, suitable consideration may be trivial; done badly, it can be catastrophic, and hindsight is always better when the stories are about a different organisation.

With kittens and hopefully some humour, Sam Smith of Privacy International covers how your organisation can avoid a future audience laughing (uncomfortably) at the privacy choices you should have made for your users, your customers and citizens.

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Privacy in anOpen Data World
Sam Smith
( day job: Privacy Internationalfor fun: open data and transparency )@smithsamsam@privacy.org
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Hi, I'm Sam from the InternetBy day, I work for Privacy International, but have a long standing personal interest in open data.I'm going to talk about counter examples, and talk about organisations. None of this is specific advice, for that, we need to talk in detail, which is a different talk.Privacy is best described by principle and example. Or in most cases, counterexample. So, a big tech company...
 
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Privacy is best described by principle and example. Or in most cases, counterexample. So, a big tech company...wanted to find out how their researchers interactedfully informed consent, had researchers turn on bluetooth, and logged what other devices could be seennice an effective. A couple of devices from 2 researchers could see each other all night.Not quite the type of interaction that the project was looking for.
 
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Privacy is best described by principle and example. Or in most cases, counterexample. So, a big tech company...wanted to find out how their researchers interactedfully informed consent, had researchers turn on bluetooth, and logged what other devices could be seennice an effective. A couple of devices from 2 researchers could see each other all night.Not quite the type of interaction that the project was looking for.The point of this talk is the bubble that just raised a smile -- what can go wrong when you think about things that should be private in an open way. And how to not do that.(if anyone is concerned, this is a public example)

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