Don’t miss the latest title in Aphaia’s free white paper library, examining European privacy legislation as it applies to the world of Big Data.
Remember: Big Data is not simply data that is big. Differing from traditional databases in its potentially unlimited and highly dynamic categories of information collected, Big Data triggers several important privacy questions, among these the scope of data processing and the purpose such processing.
The white paper ‘Data protection and privacy in the world of Big Data: an EU perspective’ by Aphaia’s Chief Consultant Dr Bostjan Makarovic and Nina Marot attempts to shed light on these questions and more, examining the world of Big Data and its place in European legislation.
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