Stratecast Confidential: The Impact of the NSA on the Big Data Market -- and Global Communications

 


This report analyzes privacy issues surrounding the NSA, how they appear similar to those found in other sectors, and how lessons learned in one area may potentially benefit, or at least inform, other areas in pursuit of an equitable balance between the need to know and the right to privacy.

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This report analyzes privacy issues surrounding the NSA, how they appear similar to those found in other sectors, and how lessons learned in one area may potentially benefit, or at least inform, other areas in pursuit of an equitable balance between the need to know and the right to privacy.

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Stratecast Confidential: The Impact of the NSA on the Big Data Market -- and Global CommunicationsBDA 2-05Executive SummaryIntroductionWhen You Communicate Electronically in the U.S., Are You Handing Your Data Over to the NSA? Quite Possibly: Yes"Not Content; Just Metadata"? NSA Encryption-cracking Suggests OtherwiseGoogle May Be Protecting Users from the NSA, but Not from ItselfU.S. Legislative Action Could Curb the NSA's Actions . . . but When?Differential Privacy May Hold Answers to Keeping the Peace and Privacy, TooTechnology May Hold the Key -- or Run Aground on Government ControlCould Clamping Down on Threats Squeeze the Life Out of the U.S. Economy?Stratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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