Australian government to write big data strategy
Mar 12, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ComputerWorld
The federal government will release a big data strategy this winter, Australian Government CIO Glenn Archer said Wednesday at an Australian Information Industry Association summit in Canberra.
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"Big data analysis presents “enormous opportunities for government to improve the way in which we deliver services to citizens and to businesses,” and “to make better targeted use of the limited resources we have in government today,” he said."
Only a fool would believe that waffle.
The only 'targeting' the government will be doing using big data analysis is finding better ways to screw over the people.
Did you know that the government has proposed Data Retention scheme? Under it, almost all of your online activities will be captured and stored for 2years in the name of national security. But wait a minute, how can government protect OUR security when the data stored will be vulnerable from illegal access and cyber criminals can get away with the data retention by anonymizing their online communication.
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