By Derek Roga CEO at EQUIIS Technologies.
Big data has been cast as the latest pariah within tech, and considering that big players like Google and Facebook have built their ad businesses on audience and user data, albeit with the renewed interest among regulators and consumers on data privacy, no one wants to declare their use of big data anymore.
The Cambridge Analytica data scandal made global news last year for harvesting personal data from Facebook profiles without consent and using it for political purposes. It was a watershed moment in the public understanding of big data. Google has also come under scrutiny regarding their “right to be forgotten” policy, which invites claimants to request links to irrelevant or outdated online information to be removed, but they adjusted the policy after being inundated with requests.
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