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27.10.2020
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: Is It Possible To Breach Privacy When There Is No Human In The Loop

It is very possible to breach privacy without human in the loop, Privacy protection has become a hot topic in recent years, due mainly to the ever-growing pervasiveness of new technologies and to the millions of individuals around the world , who have found themselves victims of privacy breaches as a result. A privacy breach occurs when an individual’s personal information is accessed, collected, used or disclosed in contravention of applicable privacy legislation or privacy policy.Personal information usually refers to information that is about an identifiable individual.

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