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The Self, The Stasi, The Nsa: Privacy, Knowledge, And Complicity In The Surveillance State, Richard Warner, Robert H. Sloan Jan 2015

The Self, The Stasi, The Nsa: Privacy, Knowledge, And Complicity In The Surveillance State, Richard Warner, Robert H. Sloan

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We focus on privacy in public. The notion dates back over a century, at least to the work of the German sociologist, Georg Simmel. Simmel observed that people voluntarily limit their knowledge of each other as they interact in a wide variety of social and commercial roles, thereby making certain information private relative to the interaction even if it is otherwise publicly available. Current governmental surveillance in the US (and elsewhere) reduces privacy in public. But to what extent?

The question matters because adequate self-realization requires adequate privacy in public. That in turn depends on informational norms, social norms that ...


Drones, Henry H. Perritt Jr., Eliot O. Sprague Apr 2014

Drones, Henry H. Perritt Jr., Eliot O. Sprague

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Drone technology is evolving rapidly. Microdrones—what the FAA calls “sUAS”—already on the market at the $1,000 level, have the capability to supplement manned helicopters in support of public safety operations, news reporting, and powerline and pipeline patrol, when manned helicopter support is infeasible, untimely, or unsafe.

Larger drones–"machodrones”–are not yet available outside battlefield and counterterrorism spaces. Approximating the size of manned helicopters, but without pilots, or with human pilots being optional, their design is still in its infancy as designers await greater clarity in the regulatory requirements that will drive airworthiness certification.

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Beyond Notice And Choice: Privacy, Norms, And Consent, Richard Warner, Robert Sloan Jan 2013

Beyond Notice And Choice: Privacy, Norms, And Consent, Richard Warner, Robert Sloan

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Informational privacy is the ability to determine for yourself when and how others may collect and use your information. Adequate informational privacy requires a sufficiently broad ability to give or withhold free and informed consent to proposed uses.

Notice and Choice (sometimes also called “notice and consent”) is the current paradigm for consent online. The Notice is a presentation of terms, typically in a privacy policy or terms of use agreement. The Choice is an action signifying acceptance of the terms, typically clicking on an “I agree” button, or simply using the website. Recent reports by the Federal Trade Commission ...


Achieving Legal And Business Order In Cyberspace: A Report On Global Jurisdictional Issues Created By The Internet, Margaret G. Stewart Mar 2000

Achieving Legal And Business Order In Cyberspace: A Report On Global Jurisdictional Issues Created By The Internet, Margaret G. Stewart

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False Alarm?, Margaret G. Stewart Mar 1999

False Alarm?, Margaret G. Stewart

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The Electronic Agency And The Traditional Paradigms Of Administrative Law, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1992

The Electronic Agency And The Traditional Paradigms Of Administrative Law, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

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