A lawyer’s guide to pseudonymisation and anonymisation

28/05/2020 | IAPP

The IAPP previously wrote a 101-level guide to deidentification, hoping to make it easier to understand how de-identification works in practice. This article is meant to be a 201-level follow-up, focused on what de-identification is, what it isn’t and how organisations should think about de-identifying their data in practice. 

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