Security, privacy, and anonymity


A good share of the Internet’s popularity is due to the widespread image of it being totally anonymous. The truth, however, is somewhat different. Anonimity and privacy are no matter of course, but human rights, and their infiltration was never closer than today. The following paper will shed light on the modern means of private and commercial espionage and discuss precautions we can take to protect our privacy in the information age.

DOI: 10.1145/1144403.1144408

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@article{Wright2004SecurityPA, title={Security, privacy, and anonymity}, author={Thomas Wright}, journal={ACM Crossroads}, year={2004}, volume={11}, pages={5} }