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  1. 1. The “Big Data” Crisis: Consumers Are Losing Confidence in the E-Economy Marc Rotenberg, EPIC President CSISAC Representative OECD Global Forum Tokyo, Japan 3 October 2014 1
  2. 2. COMPUTER CHESS • Pieces: 32 “Big Data” is Fascinating • Possible chess games: 1043 • Observable atoms in universe: 1081 • Possible Go games: 10170 • Strategies: “Brute force,” heuristics, evaluation algorithms, and exhaustive search • Outcomes: (1) computer beats world champion (Kasparov - Deep Blue 1996); (2) Outcomes with 7 pieces or less on board are now “solved”; (3) computers annotate chess games OECD 2014 2 epic.org
  3. 3. But Consumers Are Not “Big Data Scientists” OECD 2014 3 epic.org
  4. 4. Consumers Experience Data Breaches OECD 2014 4 epic.org
  5. 5. Consumers Experience Credit Card Theft OECD 2014 5 epic.org
  6. 6. Consumers Experience Password Theft OECD 2014 6 epic.org
  7. 7. And the Problems are Getting Worse OECD 2014 7 epic.org
  8. 8. ID Theft is #1 Concern in United States OECD 2014 8 epic.org
  9. 9. New Issues Ahead: “Predictive Policing” OECD 2014 9 epic.org
  10. 10. Problems for Consumers • Payment schemes are vulnerable • Laws are out of date • Too much personal data is collected • Security is weak • Business practices are opaque • Big data will make these problems worse OECD 2014 10 epic.org
  11. 11. Big Data Solutions • Improve payment systems • Update privacy laws • Implement and enforce OECD Privacy Guidelines • Develop “Privacy Enhancing Techniques” • Minimize collection of Personally Identifiable Information • Make decision making more transparent OECD 2014 11 epic.org
  12. 12. Role for OECD • Help member countries and consumer understand scope of problem • Look at problem from consumer perspective: identity theft, financial fraud, security breach • “New statistical tools are needed to measure the digital economy . . . While existing statistics measure the diffusion of ICTs, they are less able to keep up with new and rapidly evolving technologies and usage by individuals and firms. . . OECD 2014 12 epic.org
  13. 13. CSISAC Endorses Action #3 #3: Develop metrics to monitor issues of security, privacy and consumer protection Source: OECD, Measuring the Digital Economy: A New Perspective (2014) OECD 2014 13 epic.org
  14. 14. Closing Points • Big data analytics provide powerful tools - gathering, learning, analyzing, evaluating, acting • As applied to games, there are no social concerns • As applied to people, the problems are without end OECD 2014 14 epic.org

Rotenberg session 5 gfke 2014

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