Lukasz Olejnik

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It's a justified risk. Security and privacy research requires assessing system strength, including trying to break de-identification and anonymisation systems. This can be done by demonstrating re-identification. When faced with 'unlimited fines' and unspecified provisions, I cannot imagine anyone risking conducting research for public good. I worry that if re-identification is simply banned, there might be no incentive for sane security and privacy engineering designs. It's a paradox, but re-identification ban might end up leading into overall weaker systems.feedback
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Aug 14 2017
Lukasz Olejnik has most recently been quoted in an article called New law could criminalise uncovering personal data abuses, advocate warns | Technology | The Guardian. Lukasz Olejnik said, “It's not like an organisation receiving "protected data" and attempting to reverse its anonymisation would be interested in speaking about it in the open. So in many cases it would be pretty challenging to learn that it's actually the case. That said, the risk of 'unlimited fines' would definitely make the cost-benefit and risk assessment of malicious actors much more clear for the potential abusers.”. Lukasz Olejnik has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 2 articles.
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