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Data anonymization network launches amid privacy concerns

Briefs | 05/31/2019 6:24 pm EDT

A consortium of data stewards launched an informal network last week that looks to promote the anonymization of personal information in Canada in the wake of data privacy concerns sweeping the globe. 

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