In preparation for the International Data Protection Day, The Norwegian Data Protection Authority every year carries out a survey looking into different cases regarding the public's personal data. The surveys are used as background for an annual report. Some of the reports are translated into English.
Most applications of artificial intelligence (AI) require huge volumes of data in order to learn and make intelligent decisions. Artificial intelligence is high on the agenda in most sectors due to its potential for radically improved services, commercial breakthroughs and financial gains. This report aims to describe and help us understand how our privacy is affected by the development and application of artificial intelligence.
The Norwegian Data Protection Authority has checked how six different devices that helps you measure your health vitals communicate privacy related matters to their customers.
The use of tracking technologies in public spaces is on the rise. This has adverse consequences for the right to privacy and may in some cases be unlawful.
A data race is taking place in the media and advertising industry. In the years to come, companies will be able to harvest even more personal data. But does the consumer want the targeted ads she gets as a result?
Big Data is a concept that refers to the enormous increase in access to and automated use of information. It refers to the gigantic amounts of digital data controlled by companies, authorities and other large organisations, which are subjected to extensive analysis based on the use of algorithms.
In 2010, the Norwegian Data Protection Authority conducted a case study of Facebook from a privacy point of view. The case study resulted in the report "Social Network Services and Privacy".