Microsoft announces supports for Industry Search Data Anonymisation Standards

Microsoft submitted its response to the Article 29 Working Party’s Opinion on search privacy and announced its support of the Working Party’s call for an industry standard for search data anonymisation timeframes and methods. Microsoft’s John Vassallo and Peter Cullen sat down with PressCentre to explain the importance of search anonymisation for consumer privacy and […]

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Microsoft submitted its response to the Article 29 Working Party’s Opinion on search privacy and announced its support of the Working Party’s call for an industry standard for search data anonymisation timeframes and methods. Microsoft’s John Vassallo and Peter Cullen sat down with PressCentre to explain the importance of search anonymisation for consumer privacy and why an industry standard is needed.

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