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Internet Privacy: Time to Rethink?

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Over the past 10 years the web has become an increasingly ubiquitous and useful utility for hundreds of millions of people across the world. But as Dr. Reichental discovers as he personally rambles …

Over the past 10 years the web has become an increasingly ubiquitous and useful utility for hundreds of millions of people across the world. But as Dr. Reichental discovers as he personally rambles across the rich terrain of the web, many of its benefits come at the cost of privacy. In this short presentation he ponders whether the web has ultimately become our least private domain and whether, in fact, that may be a good thing.

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  • Not in constitution. Census every 10 years. Defended by supreme court. Federal, state and local laws. Professional (AMA) and Business ethics (CPA). 4th Amendment (which guards against unreasonable SEARHES & SEIZURES): The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
  • European Commission's Directive on Data Protection went into effect in October of 1998We relied on storing information more and more.
  • 44 days after 9/11
  • Search engines used in criminal cases.Casey Anthony.
  • TJX Companies Inc., the parent of retailers Marshalls and TJ Maxx. From 2005 - 2007, 45 million credit and debit card accounts exposed.
  • 118 M in 2001
  • Everything changed again
  • Beacon was launched on November 6, 2007 with 44 partner websites.[1] The controversial service, which became the target of a class action lawsuit, was shut down in September 2009.
  • Lesson: Don’t use Social Media for anything private
  • Street view launched in 2007.In October 2010, Google Street View ceased operations in Australia, following months of investigations from Australian authorities.[46] However, this cessation has since ended, with Google announcing plans to continue production on May 4, 2011[47] and subsequently releasing updated Street View imagery for Australian towns and cities on July 27, 2011.[48]In April 2011, Google decided to stop capturing Street View images in Germany.[49]In June 2011, Google decided to temporarily stop taking street images in India, after receiving a letter from the local authorities.[50]
  • Spokeo
  • Open Table
  • Flu trends
  • I hope you’ll never look at web privacy the same way again.
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    • 1. Internet PrivacyTime to Rethink?
    • 2. Jonathan Reichental, Ph.DChief Information Officer
    • 3. Are we headed towards the end of Internet privacy?
    • 4. Disclaimer: I am not a privacy expert or a lawyer.
    • 5. To be let alone.30 second history of privacy in the U.S.
    • 6. 10 years in Internet privacy.
    • 7. Patriot Act.Oct 26, 2001
    • 8. Carnivore.
    • 9.
    • 10. Cookies.
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    • 13. 2005-2007:45 million.
    • 14.
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    • 16. Social Media.
    • 17. Facebook: 2004YouTube: 2005Twitter: 2006
    • 18. Beacon.
    • 19. “The Twitter Typo That Exposed Anthony Weiner.”
      #DMFail
    • 20.
    • 21. However...
    • 22. Hello, Jonathan Reichental. We have
      recommendations for you.
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    • 34. Therefore...
    • 35. We can no longer view privacy through a
      narrow lens.
    • 36. Public domain data+ shared data+ innovative technology = a more valuable Internet
    • 37. Follow me to
      continue this discussion:
      @reichental