Access Control is an Inadequate Framework for Privacy Protection


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 [19], privacy is defined as the “right to be let alone”. In Alan Westin’s seminal work [20], privacy is the ability for people to determine for themselves “when, how, and to what extent, information about… (More)
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