Compiling data from the cloud. Make it rain ones and zeros


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Prescription of Aristotle's ethical philosophies to modern database and privacy concerns. The slideshow illustrates the modern media confliction stemming an example from the 2011 Amazon Kindle data compilation problem. The slideshow applies thinking from the Late Archaic and Hellenistic Periods to show media consumers need total awareness concerning what data they release to entities upon oath and affirmation of using electronic services.
I created this slideshow in 2011, extracting a few slides from one of my previous slideshows.

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Compiling data from the cloud. Make it rain ones and zeros

  1. 1. Candice Martinez
  2. 2. Deliberate Reasoning
  3. 3. Amazon Kindle Fire • Silk Browser raises controversy • Split browser partially operates from cloud server • Kindle Fire only allows the Silk Browser sfLnMqOC4
  4. 4. • Joe Bar t on • Republ i can, Texas •Ed Mar key •Democr at , Massachusset t s What does Amazon plan on doing with this information? How does Amazon plan on proceeding with a privacy policy? Will Amazon collect users’ browsing habits? has a few questions for Amazon
  5. 5. • Geographic location • Local time • Browser used • Screen resolution • Time spent on page • Content on page • Previous page that was visited • Internet speed •Operating system •Search engine used •Key words •Made purchases •Number of made purchases •Value of made purchases •Number of visits Compiled Data
  6. 6. ‫ﺳ‬Discussion forums ‫ﺳ‬Blogs ‫ﺳ‬Message boards ‫ﺳ‬Social networking sites
  7. 7. d u e t o a n E v o l v i n g I n d u s t r y Products and Services Products and Services Consumer Habits and Behaviors Consumer Habits and Behaviors
  8. 8. "The r i ght of t he peopl e t o be secur e i n t hei r par ent s, houses, paper s, and ef f ect s, agai nst unr easonabl e sear ches and sei zur es, shal l not be vi ol at ed and no war r ant s shal l i ssue, but upon pr obabl e cause, suppor t ed by oat h or af f i r mat i on, and par t i cul ar l y descr i bi ng t he pl ace t o be sear ched, and t he per sons of t hi ngs t o be sei zed."
  9. 9. 1. There has to be a reasonable and logical expectation of privacy. 2. General society renders this expectation as acceptable custom. Landmark Cases Two-Step Test
  10. 10. Reasonably released information; waives Fourth Amendment protection once provided to an entity “upon supported by affirmation.”
  11. 11. Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914 A) Prevent unfair methods of competition, and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in or affecting commerce B) Seek monetary redress and other relief for conduct injurious to consumers C) Prescribe trade regulation rules defining with specificity acts or practices that are unfair or deceptive, and establishing requirements designed to prevent such acts or practices D) Conduct investigations relating to the organization, business, practices, and management of entities engaged in commerce E) Make reports and legislative recommendations to Congress.
  12. 12. G O O G L E B U Z Z Sweet! Check out my buzz Nah, go to my inbox Made users’ contacts public without their knowledge Followers were already setup It did not fully removed user from the social network “When you sign up for a particular service that requires registration, we ask you to provide personal information. If we use this information for in a manner different than the purpose for which it was collected , then we ask for your consent prior to such use.”
  13. 13. October 2004 until October 2010 Gmail Privacy Policy “Gmail stores, processes, and maintains your messages, contact lists, and other data related to your recent account in order to provide the service to you.” “Google adheres to the U.S. Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of Notice, Choice, Onward Transfer, Security, Data Integrity, Access and Enforcement, and is registered with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Safe Harbor Program.” 1) “Comprehensive privacy program” 2) Privacy audits throughout the next 20 years
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  15. 15. "Fi ndi ng i nt er connect i o ns bet ween peopl e, compani es, and cl i ent act i vi t i es." . - LexisNexis website Provides data and tools for examining
  16. 16. A person’s actions are involuntary : 1) Action is caused by an external force 2) Actions were based on ignorance.
  17. 17. “This is the first shot in the new war for replacing the internet with a privatized merchant data aggregation network.”