Designing databases that enhance people’s privacy without hindering organizations

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We argue that future database systems must provide autonomy for individuals for the privacy of data they manage. We propose a design for such a system, identify challenges and problems, and suggest some approaches to these. We enunciate the reasons for informational self-determination systems, which include legal, organizational and technical issues. Our… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10676-006-9105-3

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@article{HodelWidmer2006DesigningDT, title={Designing databases that enhance people’s privacy without hindering organizations}, author={Thomas B. Hodel-Widmer}, journal={Ethics and Information Technology}, year={2006}, volume={8}, pages={3-15} }