Beyond Secrecy: New Privacy Protection Strategies for Open Information Spaces

@article{Weitzner2007BeyondSN,
  title={Beyond Secrecy: New Privacy Protection Strategies for Open Information Spaces},
  author={Daniel J. Weitzner},
  journal={IEEE Internet Computing},
  year={2007},
  volume={11}
}
When the US government erected export-control barriers against the cryptographic technology used to ensure data confidentiality, a coalition of privacy advocates joined IT companies to get those barriers removed and enable widespread adoption of encryption for privacy protection. The most fundamental challenge to 20th century privacy laws is more social than technical - adding to the stream of personal data is a new wave of user-generated content in the form of blogs. Access control and… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-3 of 3 references

The Protection of Information in Computer Systems

  • J Salzer, M Schroeder
  • Comm. ACM
  • 1974

Privacy and Freedom, The Bodley Head

  • A Westin
  • Privacy and Freedom, The Bodley Head
  • 1967

New York Plans Surveillance Veil for Downtown The New York Times

  • C Buckley
  • New York Plans Surveillance Veil for Downtown The…

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…