The Nature and Challenges of Privacy in a Networked World
Gene Spafford - CERIAS
Feb 20, 1998
AbstractWhat exactly is privacy? How do we define it? How do we know when it has been violated? How do we protect it?
This pair of lectures explores the fundamental nature of privacy, its characteristics, and some of the threats against it posed by marketing and governmental databases, and by slow erosion of individual awareness.
Attendees are expected to provide comments and questions to help define the discussion.
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