The real security threat of the 2016 Census

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The real security threat of the 2016 Census

[Blog post] Data is not de-identified forever.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics' willingness to play with large amounts of sensitive personal information gleaned via the Census could turn into a privacy nightmare the country’s never seen before. Forget about the e-Census falling over on the night the population snapshot was meant to ...

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Juha Saarinen
Juha Saarinen has been covering the technology sector since the mid-1990s for publications around the world. He has been writing for iTnews since 2010 and also contributes to the New Zealand Herald, the Guardian and Wired's Threat Level section. He is based in Auckland, New Zealand. Google
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