Big Data: A Technological Perspective
PCAST Big Data and Privacy Working Group; Graham, Susan L.; Press, William
Advances in data collection and analysis on a large scale—termed “big data”—often outpace measures required to protect the privacy of the users that generate such data. The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) argues that since technology cannot ensure adequate privacy by itself, policy must be implemented to protect consumers from the adverse effects of big data. PCAST recommends that the federal government stay ahead of big data technologies by focusing policy on limiting adverse effects of data use, as well as committing new research and development (R&D) efforts to innovate data privacy strategies.
Information Technology; United States. President (2009-2017 : Obama)
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