This 42 page study, requested by the Committee on civil liberties, justice and home affairs (LIBE), argues that the promotion of a data-driven economy should not underestimate the challenges raised for privacy and personal data protection and that strengthening the rights of digital citizens should be the main focus of the current debates around the General Data P
Reports, white-papers, etc.
EU Committee on civil liberties, justice and home affairs (LIBE) |
Big data and smart devices and their impact on privacy
White House |
Big data: Seizing opportunities, preserving values
In January 2014, US president Barack Obama asked John Podesta, Penny Pritzker, Ernest J. Moniz, John Holdren and Jeffrey Zients to conduct a 90-day study to examine how big data will transform the way citizens live and work and alter the relationships between government, citizens, businesses, and consumers.