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Privacy

(prī′və-sē)

  1. a. the quality or state of being apart from company or observation : seclusion
    b. freedom from unauthorized intrusion <one’s right to privacy>
  2. archaic : a place of seclusion
  3. a. secrecy
    b. a private matter : secret

Essential components of protecting user privacy

1. Transparency

  • Clear privacy policy
  • Recipient of information
  • Third party access

2. Explicit consent

  • Age restriction
  • Acceptance of policy

3. Pseudonymization

  • PII & non- PII
  • Separation of identifiable data

4. Data minimization

  • Collection of sensor data adequate to serve purpose
  • Continuous improvement

Sentiance as a data processor