As Web architects, we might all agree on the need to protect privacy. But what is it that we want to protect? In Brandeis and Warren’s classic legal study , privacy is defined as the “right to be let alone”. In Alan Westin’s seminal work , privacy is the ability for people to determine for themselves “when, how, and to what extent, information about… (More)
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