Symantec opening privacy research center in Germany

Symantec is opening a privacy research center, based in Saarbrucken, Germany. Focus topics for research include a consumer’s right to be forgotten, behavioral intelligence, learned behaviors (AI), image recognition, rights related to minors, reputation, identity, and responsible anonymity, said the company in a statement.

The research lab is partnering with the CISPA – Helmholtz-Center for privacy research.

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