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dpvcg-ISSUE-33: The categorisation of Pseudoanonymisation and Encryption is not (semantically) correct

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dpvcg-ISSUE-33: The categorisation of Pseudoanonymisation and Encryption is not (semantically) correct

https://www.w3.org/community/dpvcg/track/issues/33

Raised by: Harshvardhan Pandit
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Description: (from presentation to Kantara CISWG) Anonymisation is a subclass of Pseudoanonymisation which is conflicting in semantics as it specifies anonymisation is a type of pseudoanonymisation, which might not be intended. Also, Pseudoanonymisation and Encryption should not be grouping together (as a concept).

Reporter: Harsh

Notes: suggested to start a discussion on this issue.
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