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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/19/2016 8:09:29 AM
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Re: from the legal point of view
I've noticed lately I've been getting security warnings on my laptop, for example just last night Microsoft said they think someone might have been trying to get into my account and to reset my information and do a scan of my computer. I'm wondering if at least in Microsoft's case they may be overcautious and warning customers for the slightest hints of problems.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/17/2016 4:45:12 PM
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Re: from the legal point of view
Data privacy in a world full of IoT is certainly something to watch going forward. 

I personally would prefer that companies don't hold data that reveals a lot. However, I know it happens. It would be nice if in an age of security breaches there were ways for companies to better protect personal data. 

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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/16/2016 7:25:10 PM
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Re: from the legal point of view
That does look like a loophole that may fly. If the data can't lead to identifying an individual, perhaps that's the way to go. But, I'm guessing at some point individuals are going to gain "rights" to their data disquised or not, and eventually will be entitled to some consideration for the trading and use of their data.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/16/2016 5:28:09 PM
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Re: from the legal point of view
How does the law view technological solutions like "differential privacy" measures -- where random noise is inserted into data collection so that it's unlikely to violate any single individual's privacy...? Will this "extra math" keep companies like Apple away from legal liability for collecting private data?

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batye
batye
6/12/2016 9:52:24 PM
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from the legal point of view
@Joe, thank you interesting reading as technology creating new laws or laws try to follow changes in technology...

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