28 May 2012 – Computer scientists have undermined our faith in the privacy-protecting power of anonymization, the name for techniques for protecting the privacy of individuals in large databases by deleting information like names and social security numbers. These scientists have demonstrated they can often ‘reidentify’ or ‘deanonymize’ individuals hidden in anonymized data with astonishing ease. By understanding this research, we will realize we have made a mistake, labored beneath a fundamental misunderstanding, which has assured…
Archive for May, 2012
23 May 2012 - One of our favorite e-discovery/forensics analysts, Sharon Nelson of Senseient, nails it: this whole Da Silva case the e-discovery’s version of a reality show. Or as she puts “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”. For all the muck, grime, dirt, etc. that is so typical in the make-believe world of e-discovery click here.
7 May 2012 – Rob Robinson or Orange Legal Technologies has put together a special edition of his weekly Unfiltered Orange Weekly eDiscovery News Update. Its focus is on technology assisted review related links from February 1, 2012 to May 7, 2012.
For the post click here.