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Analysis: Ethics and trust are key parameters. Now to the how
News: Intimate Surveillance On The Rise
News: Fitness Trackers Leak Personal Data
News: Microsoft vs US Can Sink Safe Harbor
Blog: Data Ethics Needed In Algorithms
Blog: Golden Privacy Moments In Brussels
Report:Consumers' Privacy Do Not Follow Pace In Digital Society
DataEthics Event on Privacy By Design in Copenhagen

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Ethics and trust are key parameters. Now to the how

By Sten Løck

Analysis. Products in the digital economy must be ethical- and secure- by design. That is one of the major takeaways in a brand new global report from Accenture.


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News: Intimate Suveillance On The Rise


Data collection and analytics have pervaded nearly every sphere of daily life, from commerce to health, from transport to education, to employment.

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News: Fitness Trackers Leak Personal Data


Most fitness trackers leak personal data and are not privacy safe. This is one of more results of an investigation of the privacy and security properties of eight popular wearable fitness tracking systems.

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News: Microsoft vs US Can Sink Safe Harbour


The US government is suing Microsoft, because Microsoft won’t give the government access to some emails stores on Microsoft’s Irish servers.

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Blog: Data Ethics Needed In Algorithms


Big data may provide us with new knowledge and insights. With the gigantous collection of big data, we can access large amounts of data from a variety of sources and with high velocity – even real time data – in ways we have never experienced before. The driving force is the algorithms.

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Blog: Golden Privacy Moments In Brussels


The best conference in Europe on privacy and data ethics took place from Wednesday to Friday – 27th-29th – in Brussels.

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Report: Consumers' Privacy Do Not Follow Pace In Digital Society

A new 2016 report from the Danish Consumers’ Council maps key challenges for Danish consumers in the digital era. A rapid digital adoption in Denmark has created a number of challenges for Danish consumers. In particular automatic data collection and correlation performed by both public and private actors challenge consumer privacy.

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Understand the Market for Privacy

- event (in Danish) in Copenhagen March 16th 2016 - read more

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