Google executive warns against sharing of citizen data, even if anonymized

The new framework for the governance of citizen data encourages private companies to share non-personal data with start-ups and researchers

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Enright went on to say that giving users control over their data and a sense of safety on the internet was vital

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Google’s Chief Privacy Officer, Keith Enright, has warned policymakers that frequent and large-scale sharing of citizen data, even if anonymized, can damage users’ privacy. Pointing to research that shows data

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First Published: Jun 22 2022 | 4:33 PM IST

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