University of South Australia says blockchain at odds with privacy obligations

“The European Court of Justice ruled European citizens have the right to be forgotten, but once someone’s details are embedded in a blockchain, the system never forgets — yes, those details might be encrypted, but they are also part of an irreversible ledger, and one that’s on the cloud,” she said.

“As long as a blockchain is in existence, it clashes with the European ruling that people have the right to retract data.”

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2020-09-11T13:35:33+05:30September 11th, 2020|Categories: Blockchain, Crypto Currency, Data, FIAKS daily, Research, Security|Tags: |Comments Off on University of South Australia says blockchain at odds with privacy obligations
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