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Businesses should have to ask for individuals' consent before sharing anonymised personal data with third parties, digital rights campaigners have said. 15 May 2013
Health care bodies can make significant savings to the way they operate by developing 'mHealth' solutions but they must be mindful of their data security responsibilities, an expert has said. 09 May 2013
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Technology that recognises individuals' behavioural patterns could be used to verify individuals' identity and enable them to make transactions, Visa has said. 25 Apr 2013
Companies that can convince consumers of the advantages they would obtain by consenting to the use of their personal data in 'big data' projects are most likely to make a success of those projects, an expert has said. 24 Apr 2013
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