Good governance, Understanding data governance

Is Data Privacy Real? Don’t Bet on It (Wharton)

A computer algorithm could identify 99.98% of Americans by knowing as few as 15 attributes per person, not including names or other unique data.

“Most people don’t realize that even if personal information is stripped away or is not collected directly, it’s often possible to link certain information with a person’s identity by correlating the information with other datasets,” says Kevin Werbach, Wharton legal studies and business ethics professor


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