PrivacyGroup Event:2016/01/22 Privacy Foundations
- 1 Broader background
- 1.1 Warren and Brandeis (1890). 'The Right to Privacy.'
- 1.2 Solove, D. (2011). Nothing to Hide: The False Tradeoff Between Privacy and Security
- 1.3 Solove, D. 'A Taxonomy of Privacy'
- 1.4 Ceglowski, M. (2015). Haunted by Data
- 1.5 OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data
- 1.6 Data Protections Principles of the 21st Century
- 2 Technical Background (disclosure limitation/privacy guarantees)
Classic article on privacy.
Solove is a well-known researcher on privacy. The selections are chosen for their brief but clear discussion of fundamental issues in privacy.
- Introduction: A Short History of Privacy and Security; Privacy, Security, and the Law (done)
- Part I, Chapters 2, 5 (done)
skim up to 487-499, then 504-515, 515-532, 536-560)
Ceglowski makes some interesting remarks on surveillance and data permanence.
The OECD guidelines was created by international experts representing many of the world's major economies, and cover the use and storage of data on individuals by organizations. It was updated after 30 years to reflect new challenges to privacy.
done: Skim Chapters 1, 2
Proposed revisions to the OECD guidelines by the Oxford Internet Institute and Microsoft.
Technical Background (disclosure limitation/privacy guarantees)
Discusses k-anonymity briefly, then contrasts their approach, which turns on defining a metric space on quasi-identifying columns, clustering the data in that space, and reporting centroids.