ICO announces plans to update anonymisation guidance

20/03/2021 | ICO

A blog article posted by Ali Shah, Head of Technology Policy, confirms that the ICO is starting to outline their plans to update its guidance on anonymisation and pseudonymisation. This follows the recent publication of its data-sharing code in December 2020.  Shah said the guidance will "explore the role that privacy-enhancing technologies might play in enabling safe and lawful data sharing." The guidance will be multifaceted with guides on specific topics, in addition to compliance resources and case studies related to accountability, identifiability and more. 

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