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American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States
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  • 1. American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States Frederick S. Lane FSLane3@gmail.comUniversity of Science and Technology of China Hefei, China 14 June 2012www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 2. Background • Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer • Author of 7 Books • Computer Forensics Expert • 10 Years -- Burlington (VT) School Board • Technology & Privacy Specialist • Student Safety Advocatewww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 3. Previous Bookswww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 4. Outline• Colonial Privacy Issues• The Bill of Rights• Privacy in the 1890s• Privacy and Computers• The Warren Court• The Future of Privacywww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 5. America’s First Privacy Advocates www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 6. Founders of American Privacy www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 7. “So That a Man Can Stand Up” www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 8. The 4 th AmendmentThe right of the people to be secure intheir persons, houses, papers, and effects,against unreasonable searches andseizures, shall not be violated, and noWarrants shall issue, but uponprobable cause, supported by Oath oraffirmation, and particularlydescribing the place to be searched, andthe persons or things to be seized.www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 9. Privacy in the Bill of Rights 1st Amendment – Freedoms of speech, religion, association, assembly 2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms 3rd Amendment – No quartering of troops 4th Amendment – Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure 5th Amendment – Freedom from self-incrimination 6th Amendment – Right to counsel at trial 8th Amendment – Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment 9th Amendment – Unenumerated rights reserved www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 10. 1890s – Good or Bad for Privacy? www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 11. 1890s – Good or Bad for Privacy? www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 12. 1890s – Good or Bad for Privacy? www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 13. 40 Years Laterwww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 14. 60 Years Laterwww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 15. A Federal Right to Privacy• Mapp v. Ohio, 367 U.S. 643 (1961) – exclusionary rule• Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U.S. 479 (1965) – establishing a “right to privacy”• Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) – right to remain silent• Katz v. United States, 389 U.S. 347 (1967) – warrantless wiretapping is illegalwww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 16. The Government and Privacy www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 17. Corporations and Privacy Search Engines Social Networking Siteswww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 18. Changing Concept of Phone Privacy www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 19. How Private Is Social Media?www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 20. Cultural Differenceswww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 21. Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear?www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 22. GeoLocation & Granularity POS GPS RFID Biometrics Nanobotswww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 23. New Frontiers of Surveillance www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 24. Privacy R.I.P.?• What Is It We’re Trying to Protect?• No Single Definition of Privacy• Fundamental Concept is Control• Switch to “Opt-In” Model• Federal Privacy Protection Agency?• Education and Self-Control• A Transparent Society? www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 25. Uncharted Waterswww.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com
  • 26. American Privacy: A History of the Right to Privacy in the United States Frederick S. Lane FSLane3@gmail.comUniversity of Science and Technology of China Hefei, China 14 June 2012www.FrederickLane.com www.CybertrapsfortheYoung.com

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