On 1/8/19 1:06 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
> Dne 08. 01. 19 v 10:10 Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek napsal(a):
>> I an IP address qualifies as "personal data", then an installation UUID
> IANAL but I disagree. With IP address, I can very easily guess your town/village.
With more effort I can track you to
> individual house and individual device.
> You cannot say the same about UUID.
I agree with this, I think even the machine ID would be more anonymous
than an IP address in most cases.
In *isolation*, yes. The problem is that here it'll be associated with
an IP address and together they reveal things that neither of them do alone.
- Panu -