Power and Privacy: What Superheroes Can Teach Us

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Slide Deck from the SxSW presentation I delivered on the relationship between power and privacy in the civic space and how we can use superheroes as a model for understanding the most popular privacy regimes.

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Power and Privacy: What Superheroes Can Teach Us

  1. 1. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014 @GBYehuda SxSWi 2014 Power and Privacy and Superheroes #PowerPrivacy Gadi Ben-Yehuda, Innovation and Social Media Director Gadi.BenYehuda@us.ibm.com 202.551.9338
  2. 2. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Overview 1. Overview 2. We are all superheroes: Advanced eyes and ears; Advanced hands; Advanced brains 3. Why privacy? Safety; Effectiveness; Sliding scale of power-privacy The difference between power and influence 4. Models of privacy: Iron Man – Superman/Spiderman – Batman 5. Current privacy/id possibilities: Facebook – Gmail – Twitter Central Challenge: Make civic apps private enough so people want to use them, but not so private that people lose faith in the results. A question for civic programmers, government managers, end-users
  3. 3. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy We Are All Superheroes We are the eyes, ears, brains, even the arms and legs of our government
  4. 4. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Superheroes Need Privacy We need private spaces because:  we are more than our civic selves  our civic and private selves elicit different responses
  5. 5. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Privacy Model 1: Iron Man
  6. 6. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Privacy Model 2: Superman / Spiderman 
  7. 7. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Privacy Model 3: Batman 
  8. 8. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Privacy Models: Facebook – Gmail/ Twitter – Unique Logins
  9. 9. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Conclusion and Questions? Gadi Ben-Yehuda (Persistent Pseudonymity) @GBYehuda GBYehuda@gmail.com A space exists for verified anonymous ID regimes!
  10. 10. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014#PowerPrivacy Conclusion and Questions? Gadi Ben-Yehuda (Persistent Pseudonymity) @GBYehuda GBYehuda@gmail.com A space exists for verified anonymous ID regimes!

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