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AI to handle Privacy issues within technology

Hi All

 

Interesting Canada is so prominent in the Privacy World:  https://www.cpomagazine.com/data-protection/ai-predicted-to-take-over-privacy-tech/?mc_cid=704a08192...

 

Lets just hope, they rid themselves of all bias, ethics and remain lawfully objective?

 

Due to the lack of swiftness and speed of response.

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim

 

 

 

 

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Re: AI to handle Privacy issues within technology

> Caute_cautim (Community Champion) posted a new topic in Privacy on 03-10-2020

> Hi All   Interesting Canada is so prominent in the Privacy World: 

Yeah, well, for years (centuries?) we've had to deal with Americans, and they've
never had any privacy laws ...

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Re: AI to handle Privacy issues within technology


@Caute_cautim wrote:

Hi All

 

Interesting Canada is so prominent in the Privacy World:  https://www.cpomagazine.com/data-protection/ai-predicted-to-take-over-privacy-tech/?mc_cid=704a08192...

 

Lets just hope, they rid themselves of all bias, ethics and remain lawfully objective?

 

Due to the lack of swiftness and speed of response.

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim

 

 

 

 


Canada has had several privacy laws on the books for quite some time.  Actually PIPEDA was around long before the EU even thought of GDPR (I think around 2000 is when it was introduced into law).

 

Some provinces in Canada, wrote their own statues while others chose to follow guidance in PIPEDA.  There is also the Privacy Act (which governs  how the government can or should use your data).  This is coupled with a number of laws around medical data which is why the LifeLabs incident is so interesting.

 

https://biv.com/article/2020/02/lifelabs-fights-privacy-commissioners-bid-crowdstrike-report-cyberat...

 

LifeLabs seem to think they can avoid questions being asked by the Privacy Commissioner.....very interesting to follow.  LifeLabs (one of the largest testing facilities in Canada) was hacked in late 2019.

 

So in Canada, if you are a multi-national company, it becomes a juggling act to stay in tune with:

 

- the Patriot Act

- GDPR

- PIPEDA

- two laws around medical data

- CCPA

- NY Shield act

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--- and the list goes on

 

So a lot of experience and i believe the government are looking at updating some of the current laws to "make it" easier to be compliant.

 

My nickel canadian

 

d

 

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@Caute_cautim wrote:

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Lets just hope, they rid themselves of all bias, ethics and remain lawfully objective?

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Wait, John, you want a privacy function to be rid of all ethics??????

 

 

Maybe I  misread the intent of your grammar in that sentence?

 

Craig

 

 

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Re: AI to handle Privacy issues within technology

@CraginS   Suggest you listen to this podcast on the subject: 

 

https://securityintelligence.com/media/creating-ai-without-bias/?utm_medium=OSocial&utm_source=Linke...

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim

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Re: AI to handle Privacy issues within technology

@Caute_cautim, By chance were you intending to say "Lets just hope they rid themselves of all bias so as to remain ethical and lawfully objective?".  That would be more in line with one of the few "ethic" quotes from the podcast/transcript you cite:

 

And that outcome defines what is right and wrong, what is ethical and not. And then these three aspects behind it around the data, and the people, and the core algorithms kind of round out an ethical and as unbiased as possible set of technology for our customers.

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Re: AI to handle Privacy issues within technology

Affirmative - thank you for the re-interpretation of my hasty comments.