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Metadata, privacy, Senate Subcommittee, 1968…wait, what 1968?!?

September 27, 2013

From the this article…’In 1968, Paul Armer of the RAND Corporation testified in front of a U.S. Senate subcommittee about his concerns for privacy in the future. Armer went into how a rather detailed profile of a person could be made from what we today call metadata. He explained that simply stripping the name from a set of computerized data did little to protect privacy.’  1968! Seems we’ve taken his advice…and went in the opposite direction.

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