Michael Cooney reports:
Most days it seems like keeping and protecting any sort of data private is a pipe dream.
There are a variety of research efforts underway to keep private data private but it may be too little to0 late, some experts say.
Despite that notion the researchers at DARPA next month will go over a program the agency says will help develop the “technical means to protect the private and proprietary information of individuals and enterprises.”
The program is named after Louis Brandeis, an associate Supreme Court Justice who was arguably the world’s first privacy champion having helped pen “The Right to Privacy” for the Harvard Law Review in 1890 which is still the basis for a number of privacy protections in the US.
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