29 April 2016
"This study on the boundaries of Big Data brings together a number of leading academics to describe, analyse and theorize upon issues involved in Big Data from a wide variety of perspectives. As the exact nature and delineation of Big Data is still unclear, the authors explore the boundaries of Big Data rather than go to the core of this new phenomenon. They help us understand the relation of Big Data to areas such as cryptology, predictive policing, profiling, privacy, and regimes of data protection in the United States, Europe, the Netherlands and Germany, and outline some new challenges that lie ahead of us."
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