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Privacy Vendors Warn Against Backdoor Access to Encrypted Messages

We see plenty of privacy stories but the editor of our Privacy Newsletter has dibs on all the good stuff. I did snag this report about ProtonMail and other privacy-first app vendors warning that the European Union Council seems disposed towards requiring “backdoor” access to encrypted messages.  The goal is to help law enforcement but there’s no real way to keep backdoors safe from unauthorized use.

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Reltio Offers Free Identity Matching Service

January 28, 2021

This isn’t quite a privacy item, but identity management is closely related.  On that front, Master Data Management vendor and borderline CDP Reltio has launched a free cloud-based identity resolution service.  Users can upload lists of names which the system will clean, store, and compare with previously-loaded names to flag potential matches for manual review.  The system will remember past matches so each user builds an expanded identity graph over time.

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OpenText Launches a CDP of Its Own

July 27, 2021

OpenText has made at least 44 acquisitions over the years, spreading beyond content management into everything from security to analytics to, digital experience.  You won’t be surprised that they needed a CDP to tie it things together.  Rather than yet another acquisition, they built their own, just launched as Experience CDP.  It’s not clear whether it meets the CDP Institute definition of a CDP, but it might.

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