Is too much data a problem for big data?
MGaluzzi 13 weeks ago
In response to an EFF lawsuit and subsequent requests for specific data, the NSA says that it can’t stop deleted the data it is wanted in the court case because it claims it’s systems are so complex. Clearly the NSA is dealing with a lot more data than most, if not all, companies, but is the pure complexity and volume of big data its Achilles’ heel?
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