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Anonymisation Risk and Privacy

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OFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation

The area of personal data throws up a myriad of different terms describing the protection of those data: anonymisation, de-identification, data privacy, confidentiality, pseudonymisation, disclosure control, privacy impact and so on. Unfortunately none of these terms is used consistent with different authors, agencies and jurisdictions using the terms in different ways.    This lexical complexity gives rise to much confuse and bemuse the practitioner as they attempt to navigate their way to best practice in handling their data situation. This talk has two purposes: firstly to provide some aids to navigation which enable the practitioner to focus on what they must deliver and secondly to provide an overview of the field in terms of where we are, what we now know and what we are still finding out.

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