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Privacy On The Web

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Presentation Slides for Module BN 3374

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  • "Digg knows what stories you've submitted, what demographic you're in, how other people in your demographic react to what you post" The answer is - data. Information. Marketing. Every detail about you and me. That is where the money is.
  • Avoid registrations Keep reading for more ways to protect your Web privacy.
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    • 1. PRIVACY ON THE WEB Sophia Banh
    • 2. WHAT IS WEB PRIVACY?
      • Web privacy is the concept of how to maintain certain standards of control over information procured, used and stored on the Internet.
      • In other words, web privacy keeps data about a person hidden when accessing websites or simply surfing the web.
    • 3. PROBLEMS
      • How to provide personalization of Internet services while still protecting users' privacy
      •  when we read information or chat on a web site , how can we ensure that our privacy is preserved?
      •  when we search for information with a search engine, how can we ensure that traces of our searches will not be used for purposes outside our control?
      •  when we register on a website , how can we ensure that private data will not be disseminated on the web to other parties we do not trust?
    • 4. WEB PRIVACY
    • 5. WHAT’S THEIR PROFIT???
      • Why are the companies worth so much money?
      • Why is MySpace, Facebook, Flikr worth over half a billion dollars without a proper revenue model?
    • 6. HOW ‘THEY’ CAN INFILTRATE OUR PRIVACY?
      • Information we gather and track
      • Personal information
      • Aggregated Tracking Information
      • Cookies
      • Third party cookies
      • Third-party advertising
    • 7. WEB 2.0 SECURITY’ S RISK LEAD TO PRIVACY VULNERABILITIES
      • Insufficient Authentication Controls
      • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
      • Information Leakage
      • Cross Site Request Forgery
      • Fishing
    • 8. RECOMMENDATIONS
      • Private information
      • Clean out your search history
      • Clean up your cookies
      • Clean out your cache
      • Search with a proxy
      • Avoid registrations
      • Disable auto-complete
      • Careful of your downloads
    • 9.
      • Thank you for listening
      • Questions?
    • 10. REFERENCE
      • http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-web-privacy.htm
      • http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-Web-privacy
      • http://www.cs.princeton.edu/sip/pub/webtiming.pdf
      • http://www.echannelline.com/canada/story.cfm?item=DLY121609-2

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