The primary pillar of privacy is falling apart
There is increasingly no such thing as anonymized data
|Jesse Hirsh||Feb 7|| 7||5|
Our current privacy regime depends upon the statistical method of anonymization, which permits the paradox that allows for the collection of personal information while still preserving the privacy of the people from whom that data was derived.
There is however a growing chorus of researchers who are demonstrating the limits, short comings, and outright f…