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There’s an apparent conflict of interests between data sharing and privacy/security. On the one hand, organisations are exchanging a growing amount of data with third parties, while on the other they need to protect the value and sensitivity of that data.
Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs or ‘trust tech’) could hold the key to resolving this conflict. But how is this data-sharing technology currently being used in practice? And for which organisations and business models is it most relevant? 
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