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Cambridge data mining

By Marivel Guzman

Data mining is a technology designed to analyze large databases, with the purpose to generate new information.

There is something very important that unscrupulous companies do not take in consideration; The Right to privacy.

This brings the US Constitution into the argument of privacy laws and individual’s rights to privacy.

First, Third, Fourth and Fifth Amendments have a clear language about individuals privacy protections, the Ninth Amendment is a key to all other privacy rights not specifically enumerated in the other Amendments.

The Ninth Amendment doesn’t specifically mention personal information, “Justice Goldberg in his Griswold concurrence) have interpreted the Ninth Amendment as justification for broadly reading the Bill of Rights to protect privacy in ways not specifically provided in the first eight amendments.” University of Missouri, Exploring Constitutional Conflicts homepage.

“Everyday we hear about another undisclosed data breach. Private information is collected, sometimes sold and given away without our knowledge or consent. CEOs sit before Congress saying they will “do better” while stories continue to break about negligence and wrong-doing.” Mozilla Blog.

Privacy #DataMining #DataSharing #ThirdParties #Communications

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