Posts Tagged ‘fromemail’

IMDB paper- revisited

January 20, 2020

IEEE awarded the IMDB paper “Test of Time” award and invited authors to write a revisit paper.

Can be found here:

GA4GH GDPR brief

January 16, 2020

Apollo 11

January 16, 2020

Movie trailer:


Apollo 11 flight data site:

Jeremy Vine story on Boris Johnson

January 16, 2020

Jeremy Vine: My Boris story

Leading broadcaster was booked on the same bill as the likely next Prime Minister. Here’s what happened.


Amazing portrait of someone comfortable in chaos

Apollo 11 podcast

January 16, 2020

This one is really good: 13 minutes to the moon.
I also enjoyed this audiobook: Apollo.
And finally: Kennedy’s speech at Rice University on 12 Sep 1962.

ESHG June 6-9 2020

January 16, 2020 science – New / Kindle Edition / Coming Soon

January 14, 2020

New : Coming Soon : Kindle Edition : “science”

Third party right to be forgotten

January 14, 2020


Does a company have to forward a right to be forgotten request to a third party with whom it has shared personal information?

In California the CCPA requires that (in certain situations) a business “delete the consumer’s personal information from its records and direct any service providers to delete the consumer’s personal information from their records.”1 In situations in which a business has shared a consumer’s personal information with another business or a third party, the CCPA does not require business A to inform business B that a deletion request has been received. That said, an amendment to the CCPA deferred the full impact of the Act upon employee data until January 1, 2021.2

In comparison, under the European GDPR when a controller receives a right to be forgotten request, and determines that it is required to delete information about an individual, the controller must “take reasonable steps” to “inform [other] controllers which are processing the personal data that the data subject has requested the erasure by such controllers of any links to, or copy or replication of, those personal data.”3 It is unclear based upon the text of the GDPR whether this requirement requires controller A to notify controller B that the data subject has requested controller A to erase data, or whether the requirement requires controller A to notify controller B that a data subject has requested erasure by both controller A and B.


NSF formating

January 7, 2020

Seems a bit different from the NIH requirements

To try

December 31, 2019