4 Ways Big Data is Affecting Your Privacy

From healthcare to customer service to educational services, big data has become a vital asset to daily operations in many industries, but comes with many risks - including a threat to privacy. 

As big data continues to grow and potentially dig too deep into people's lives, recommendations for new privacy laws are being made, but what progress has the federal government made?

Read more to learn about 4 ways big data is threatening privacy and how it should be protected.  

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