Our article “How can Private Information Recorded by Voice-enabled Systems be Identified?” has been published by the European Data Protection Law Review!

Voice technologies are being used in fields as diverse as medicine and education, but also for pure leisure. This article offers an overview of how categorisation and contextualisation can be used as methods not only to identify personal information but to design private-by-design voice-based solutions that intend to neutralise personal data and information/words that may reveal private information.

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