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: ...

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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Piercing the Clouds: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Web-based Reading Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Piercing the Clouds Privacy, Confidentiality, and Web-based Reading Keith Fahlgren, @abdelazer Threepress & Ibis Reader keith@threepress.org
  • 2. Readers demand less privacy
  • 3. Developers should think like bankers
  • 4. Privacy changes with in2 in space
  • 5. Readers want shinies, not privacy
  • 6. <drink/>
  • 7. Banking
  • 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. 2788460dd1974c918d78787c0c3657
  • 10. Johnny Ibis by chapmankj75 on Flickr
  • 11. Privacy, size, and location
  • 12. “Which has revealed a feature that the „ [Galaxy] Tab needs; a button in Gmail called ‘in strange hands’ —Tim Bray
  • 13. by julietbanana on Flickr
  • 14. by bearpark on Flickr
  • 15. by livinginmonrovia on Flickr
  • 16. by yun753 on Flickr
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