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Interessante Informationen
Amazon: How Bezos built his data machine

People love convenience and Amazon has prospered by obsessing about how to anticipate our wants before we’re even aware of them. Here is a very detailed news column on how and why Amazon collects data about you.

OpenMined Privacy Conference (Day 1 Livestream)

Andrew Trask from the University of Oxford gave an amazing talk regarding privacy in context.

Amsterdam and Helsinki launch algorithm registries to bring transparency to public deployment of AI

European governments never fail to surprise the world with their innovative minds. Such registries can empower citizens and give them a way to evaluate, examine, or question governments’ applications of AI.

The Data Dollar Store - A Data Shopping Social Experiment by Kaspersky Lab

Huge amount of white papers, researches and conferences had been conveying the same message that protecting personal data is important.

This genius idea of asking you to pay with your data in person makes it really "personal"!

Covid-19 Data Is Coming to Google Maps

Google will deploy a function that can display color-coded overlays of the concentraiton of COVID-19 positive cases. Such data are mainly open data from Johns Hopkins, the New York times, and Wikipedia.

The European Commission's "2 years of GDPR" report

Data protection as a pillar of citizens’ empowerment and the EU’s approach to the digital transition - two years of application of the General Data Protection Regulation.

This Overlooked Variable Is the Key to the Pandemic

How to do backward contact tracing is now the question… The key is in the venue-based tracking, which offers quicker and easier returns

Measurement-based evaluation of Google/Apple Exposure Notification API for proximity detection in a light-rail tram

This paper describes results of a Covid-19 contact tracing app measurement study carried out on a standard design of European commuter tram. The measurements indicate that in the tram there is little correlation between Bluetooth received signal strength and distance between handsets. The paper applies the detection rules used by the Italian, Swiss and German apps to measurement data and also characterised the impact on performance of changes in the parameters used in these detection rules.


Gestellte Fragen
Inquiry on Estonian model for digital government service delivery

An interest in the Estonian model for digital government service delivery.

It’s a decentralised and digitised model aimed at increasing efficiency and empowering citizens.

Why is it so hard to get our data back?

Many companies ask you to go through a complicated process. Is there any way to set a limit on how much additional info can be required?

A research paper on How do app vendors respond to subject access requests might answer the question.


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Vienna Digital Identity Meetup
This guest contribution is shared by Michael Shea.

On Monday, September 28 the 14th Vienna Digital Identity Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/Vienna-Digital-Identity-Meetup/) hosted a focused session on digital identifiers and verifiable credentials in education. We have two great updates from Kim Hamilton Duffy (Architect Digital Credentials Consortium, Chair of the W3C CCG and Verifiable Credentials for Education Task Force) and Lluis Arińo (convenor of Diplomas Use Case at European Blockchain Service Infrastructure and CIO Rovira i Virgili University, Spain). Link to recording of event here


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