Tag Archive: Data Privacy

Privacy and Its Big Brother, #internet50

A giant blue eye with lines of binary code written over it

By Kent Wada. In case you missed it, the people of the State of California have voted to include privacy as an inalienable right. Go look for yourself: it’s right there in Article 1, Section 1 of the California Constitution:1

CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION,…
Read more about Privacy and Its Big Brother, #internet50

UC’s Learning Data Privacy Principles Gaining National Attention

By Jim Phillips and Jim Williamson.

Our campuses are awash in data, and there are many initiatives underway to capture, store, and use that data for analysis, predictions, and, in some cases, prescriptive action(s) based on those predictions.

When an…
Read more about UC’s Learning Data Privacy Principles Gaining National Attention

UC Berkeley Celebrates Data Privacy Day

Posted by Alexa Rivetti, UCB Student Intern, UCOP. Decisions we make every day about our online footprint actually shape our digital privacy throughout the year. International Data Privacy Day, held on January 28, promotes awareness about making digital privacy our…
Read more about UC Berkeley Celebrates Data Privacy Day