IEEE/CLPC Big Data seminar
Big Data: The challenge to privacy and informed consent
Venue: UNSW Staff common room, 22 May 2014.
Speakers: David Vaile, with Lyria Bennett Moses and Holly Raiche responding.
- PDF - brochure.
- Presentation from David Vaile (Big Data and Consent) [PPT]
- Presentation from Holly Raiche (ECJ decision invalidating the EU Data Retention Directive) [PPT]
- Ghostery browser plugin: a tracker and cookie detector and blocker, with listing of nearly 2,000 sources of such third party elements ('3PEs') https://www.ghostery.com/en/
Note: it asks you to agree to be tracked! "Ghostrank", but you can decline, and it is off by default.
See Data Collected entry under "Privacy information" for data items collected by a particular source, for the distinction "EU PII" next to items potentially considered not PII in the US but "pseudonymous".
- Boyd D. & Crawford K. (2011) `Six Provocations for Big Data', Proc. Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, September 2011, at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1926431
- Maurushat A., David Vaile and Stephen Wilson, (2014) "Big Data and Identifiability in Australia, EU and the US", UNSWLJ, forum edition on Big Data, forthcoming, July 2014. [See also UNSW LRS on AustLII for preprint. Draft, not for circulation or citation without written permission is [here].]
- European Data Protection Supervisor. (2013) Preliminary Opinion, Privacy and competitiveness in the age of big data: The interplay between data protection, competition law and consumer protection in the Digital Economy, March 2014 <https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav/site/mySite/shared/Documents/Consultation/Opinions/2014/14-03-26_competitition_law_big_data_EN.pdf>
- Hopper G. Chips Ahoy magazine, US Navy, July 1986, <http://www.chips.navy.mil/archives/86_jul/interview.htm> [source of the software development expression "ask forgiveness, not permission"; in its original form "it may be easier to ask for forgiveness, not permission".]
- Mayer-Schönberger V. and Cukier K. (2013) Big Data: A Revolution that will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think (John Murray Publishers, 2013). [Hard copy only?]
- Presidents' Big Data and Privacy Working Group (2014) Big Data: Siezing Opportunities, Preserving Values, Executive Office of the President, White House, May 2014
- President's Council of Advisors for Science and Technology('PCAST') (2014) Big Data: A Technological Perspective, 1 May 2014. See also Media Release.
- Unsecurity (2014) "Big Data Analytics & behavioural profiling", Flipboard.com [collection of ~2,000 recent media reports]
- Vaile D. (2014) " The Cloud and data sovereignty after Snowden," Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, Vol 2, No. 1, March 2014. See UNSWLRS or AJTDE (subscription).
- Vaile, D, Kevin Kalinich, Patrick Fair and Adrian Lawrence. (2013) Data Sovereignty and the Cloud: Technical, legal and risk governance issues around data hosting and jurisdiction, Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, March 2013 <http://cyberlawcentre.org/data_sovereignty>
- Wigan M. and Clarke, R. (2013) "Big Data's Big Unintended Consequences", IEEE Computer 46, 6 (June 2013) 46 - 53, version of 25 March 2013 at http://www.rogerclarke.com/DV/BigData-1303.html
Other material may also be provided here, as available. A recording of the event is planned to be hosted here as available.