Yesterday’s post about GDPR and Blockchains had me wondering about potential fixes for this issue.

This video on Channel9 provides an overview of some of the more popular privacy features employed on private consortiums to enable sharing data only with specific participants in a network.  

It turns out that there are a variety of ways and the architecture of these are discussed with a brief demo using the Quorum blockchain.

Recently, I delivered a presentation on “Data Science for the Curious” at the WeWork K Street location in Washington, DC.The goal was to help the largely non-technical audience of public policy professionals understand some of the core tenets of data science: its promises and its perils.In light of the recent Facebook revelations, this is more critical now than ever before.

Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv

 

Recently, Facebook has come under scrutiny for its data sharing practices. But exactly what does the social network know and how do they know it?

Here’s an interesting overview of how Facebook tracks you via your data. Spoiler alert: they know a lot more about you than you think they do.