Halloween is this week, so I thought I’d bring this older cartoon out of the archive. I updated it a bit. Enjoy!
Category: Big Data
Posts about Big Data by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
Cartoon: Halloween in the Age of Big Data
Happy Halloween! I hope you enjoy this privacy cartoon about Halloween and Big Data.
Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Humanity’s Future: An Interview with Evan Selinger
Recently published by Cambridge University Press, Re-Engineering Humanity explores how artificial intelligence, automated decisionmaking, the increasing use of Big Data are shaping the future of humanity. This excellent interdisciplinary book is co-authored by Professors Evan Selinger and Brett Frischmann, and it critically examines three interrelated questions. Under what circumstances can using technology make us more like simple machines than actualized human […]
Cartoon on Big Data and Information Gathering
Here’s a cartoon I created about Big Data and information gathering that I haven’t yet posted. Hope you enjoy it!
The Hidden Force That Will Drive GDPR Privacy Compliance
The clock is ticking on getting ready to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). EU regulators will start enforcing it on May 25, 2018. GDPR is less than a year away, and it’s quite a challenge to get ready for. Becoming compliant is not something that can be achieved overnight, or in a […]
Cartoon about Privacy, Big Data, and Predictive Algorithms
Clearing Up the Fog of Cloud Service Agreements
Contracting with cloud service providers has long been a world shrouded in fog. Across various organizations, cloud service agreements (CSAs) are all over the place, and often many people entering into these contracts have no idea what provisions they should have to protect their data.
Big Brother on the Cover: 50+ Covers for George Orwell’s 1984
by Daniel J. Solove One of the most well-known classic privacy books is George Orwell’s 1984, and it has been published in countless editions around the world. I enjoy collecting things, and I’ve gathered up more than 50 book covers of various editions of the novel. I find it interesting how various artists and designers […]
Green Eggs and Ham: How Not to Market and Invade Privacy
By Daniel J. Solove Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham is a timeless classic that is read to millions of children. At first the simple rhymes and cute drawings are alluring. But parents will soon discover the book’s terrifying equation: The tiresome repetition of the book multiplied by the number of times a child will […]
Big Data, Big Data Breaches, Big Fines and Other Privacy + Security Updates
By Daniel J. Solove Co-authored by Professor Paul Schwartz This post is part of a post series where we round up some of the interesting news and resources we’re finding. This post includes developments from the first part of 2015. For a PDF version of this post, and for archived issues of previous posts, click […]