Piercing
the Clouds
Privacy, Confidentiality, and
    Web-based Reading
   Keith Fahlgren, @abdelazer
    Threepress & Ibi...
Readers
demand less
  privacy
Developers
   should
 think like
  bankers
Privacy
changes with
 in2 in space
Readers
   want
  shinies,
not privacy
<drink/>
Banking
Dislocated secrets
  http://blog.wesabe.com/2007/05/14/super-ninja-privacy-techniques-in-insecure-magazine/
     http://bl...
2788460dd1974c918d78787c0c3657
Johnny Ibis




  by chapmankj75 on Flickr
Privacy, size,
and location
“Which has revealed a
      feature that the


                           „
   [Galaxy] Tab needs;
a button in Gmail calle...
by julietbanana on Flickr
by bearpark on Flickr
by livinginmonrovia on Flickr
by yun753 on Flickr
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Piercing the Clouds: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Web-based Reading
Piercing the Clouds: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Web-based Reading
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Piercing the Clouds: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Web-based Reading

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A quick contrarian discussion of privacy implications for web-based reading systems at the Internet Archive's Books in Browsers 2010 conference: http://reading20.posterous.com/ia-books-in-browsers-2010-agenda

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  1. 1. Piercing the Clouds Privacy, Confidentiality, and Web-based Reading Keith Fahlgren, @abdelazer Threepress & Ibis Reader keith@threepress.org
  2. 2. Readers demand less privacy
  3. 3. Developers should think like bankers
  4. 4. Privacy changes with in2 in space
  5. 5. Readers want shinies, not privacy
  6. 6. <drink/>
  7. 7. Banking
  8. 8. Dislocated secrets http://blog.wesabe.com/2007/05/14/super-ninja-privacy-techniques-in-insecure-magazine/ http://blog.footle.org/2007/02/22/protecting-your-users-data-with-a-privacy-wall/
  9. 9. 2788460dd1974c918d78787c0c3657
  10. 10. Johnny Ibis by chapmankj75 on Flickr
  11. 11. Privacy, size, and location
  12. 12. “Which has revealed a feature that the „ [Galaxy] Tab needs; a button in Gmail called ‘in strange hands’ —Tim Bray
  13. 13. by julietbanana on Flickr
  14. 14. by bearpark on Flickr
  15. 15. by livinginmonrovia on Flickr
  16. 16. by yun753 on Flickr
  17. 17. ?
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