More importantly, because the Phone Number Database system can quickly detect that something is not right, it intervenes quickly and prevents worse. Such a system can process data completely anonymously and therefore does not need to be able to recognize faces or read number plates. Its sole purpose is to recognize Phone Number Database a dangerous situation. A decentralized, open source solution Just fantasizing out loud: what if there was a way to guarantee (really guarantee) that data is processed anonymously? That Phone Number Database would remove a very important hurdle in the AI race with China, while we as citizens do not have to give up our privacy.
What requirements would Phone Number Database such a system have to meet? I can think of four conditions. As with blockchain technology, it should be a system that no one owns, but that everyone has access to. Open source, so that transparency is guaranteed. Anyone can see how data is anonymized and whether this is Phone Number Database done correctly. Unhackable: That goes without saying (as is the fact that cracking such a system would be the top prize of all time for malicious hackers). Obligation: if you anonymize data, you Phone Number Database are obliged to publish the source code, open source.
That is the only way to Phone Number Database guarantee transparency. This obligation can be imposed by the Dutch Data Protection Authority. It is already mandatory to report processing of personal data there. You may wonder whether such a system is a good idea anyway, AI race or not. Such a privacy solution is not developed Phone Number Database overnight, but if it is there, everyone will reap the benefits – citizens, governments and companies. On 25 May 2018, the current Privacy Act Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp) will be Phone Number Database replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation GDPR. This law applies to all European countries.