• Cyber Security

    [The Washington Post] Who controls your data? India may pass a law ensuring that you do. / [워싱턴 포스트] 당신은 데이터는 누가 통제하는가? 인도는 당신 스스로 할 수 있도록 보장하는 법을 통과시킬지도 모른다. 관리자 2018년 11월 04일

    Regardless of how India’s data protection bill shapes up as law, the new data fiduciary entity or entities that it creates will ensure that any data transaction is consensual — getting the individual’s consent expressed explicitly in code that specifies how long that data can be used. Initially, data fiduciaries are expected to oversee transactions in financial services; they’re expected to expand to health, employment and education, areas involving authentication and sensitive personal data. If we want control over data, the Indian model offers a path toward individual data empowerment for the Internet age.


    Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/09/25/who-controls-your-data-india-may-pass-a-law-ensuring-that-you-do/?utm_term=.8b80e031518f

    이전글 [The Guardian] Facebook\'s security is so bad it\'s surprising Zuckerberg hasn\'t deleted his account / [더 가디언] 페이스북의 개인 정보 보호 역량 취약.. 주커버그가 아직 그의 계정을 삭제하지 않은 것이 놀라울 지경
    다음글 [The guardian] Police super-database prompts Liberty warning on privacy / [가디언] 경찰의 초데이터베이스로 인한 사생활에 대한 경고