Today, I’ll be speaking at the Wolfram Data Summit on what we in the data privacy community might learn from a century’s history of food policy. Yeah, I know, a bit eclectic. Here’s the abstract and presentation:
Data is the new medium of social communication and is forcing a healthy debate to define public/private boundaries, fair access, and appropriate use. Like food, social communication (and the data that drives it) is a necessity for humanity’s survival. This talk will discuss the key ingredients to avoid the empty calories.