mako: anonymity (10)

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  1. "What modern data science is finding is that nearly any type of data can be used, much like a fingerprint, to identify the person who created it: your choice of movies on Netflix, the location signals emitted by your cell phone, even your pattern of walking as recorded by a surveillance camera."
  2. When anonymization fails. And apparently it always fails.
  3. Great article on personally identifiable information by Seth Schoen.
  4. via Nadav: "Azerbaijani authorities used SMS eavesdropping to see who their citizens voted for in the Eurovision song contest. They then interrogated the 43 people who voted for "rival" country Armenia..."
  5. Nice post by Wendy Seltzer and a very cool idea.
    03-05-2009 to , ,
  6. I can't believe I didn't bookrmark this before. In any case, it's relaunched with a bunch of new features.
    11-03-2009 to , , , ,
  7. organize people to call their printer manufacturers to turn off printer tracking dots

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