Jerry warns us of “a domino effect that will compromise our personal information in its entirety.” This is one of the most concise statements of the problem to date.
“This is a damn, exciting acquisition. It's strategic and timely.”
Mike says, “In the U.S., certain kinds of personal information arenâ€™t treated like property at all.”
Placing limitations on the collection, use and disclosure of personal information is at the heart of privacy protection
Dr. Cavoukian and her team have come up with a version of the Laws of Identity that teases out the privacy implications
What is “the system” in a multi-centered world with an interpenetrating mesh of domains?
In keeping with the second law of identity (minimal disclosure), users should by default release NO identifying information at all
What can actually be done to replace current systems with ones that really are privacy enhancing?
Now there is this stupid flaunting of law two (minimal disclosure) – leading to an ‘identity loss’. I really like the concept of ‘identity loss’ – it's a lot more happy sounding than ‘identity theft’ or ‘identity catastrophe’, since we have no proof the information fell into the hands of someone evil. Here's what we … Continue reading It's only 600,000 identities…