The New York Times reports that IBM is unveiling new software that enables business and government agencies to share information about groups of people without compromising the identities of any individuals in the database. This anonymous data-matching technology was developed by a company that IBM acquired last year. The software converts personal data into a string of apparently random characters without including any code that might reveal the individuals' names, addresses, or Social Security numbers. (Note: This site requires registration.)...
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