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Privacy: why should we be concerned? Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Privacy: why should we be concerned?
    • Mathias Klang @klang67
  • 2. Privatus? Complex term but “separated from the rest”
  • 3. Privacy is experienced. Introvert v extrovert
  • 4. Historically technology is seen as damaging privacy – but what if togetherness is the norm?
  • 5. a historical glance.
  • 6. Are we alone together or together alone?
  • 7. The right to privacy (1890)
  • 8. Killer app 1890: Hollerith Tabulating Machine
  • 9. The ability to count
    • Government control
  • 10. Privacy revival 1970s
  • 11. Killer app 1970
  • 12. The ability to analyze and compare
    • Corporate control
  • 13. Data protection Directive (1995)
  • 14. Killer apps 1995: Browser wars
  • 15. Count, analyze, compare & communicate
    • Availability of data through digitalization & web
  • 16. Why lawmakers secretly “dislike” technology?
  • 17. Douglas Adams
    • Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things.
  • 18. Technology & control
  • 19. Control in analogue world Control in digital world Law Contextual & programmed social rules Architecture
  • 20. Only technology (spot the ethical dilemma?)
  • 21. Privacy & technology
  • 22. We leak information
  • 23. Compartmentalization strategy
  • 24. Surveillance: the Orwellian gaze from above
  • 25.  
  • 26. A Huxleyian shift
  • 27. Ending the communications monopoly
  • 28. End of communications monopoly Blogger 1999 Google 1999
  • 29. Normalizing the abnormal
  • 30. Sousveillance: A gaze from below
  • 31. “ friends” ensure: there is no opt-out
  • 32. Autoveillance: a gaze from within
  • 33. Performance lifestyle
  • 34. My amazing coffee
  • 35. Silly maybe, but harmful?
  • 36. Village vs global village
    • Nothing new?
  • 37. Jessica Rabbit: I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way.
  • 38. What do the people who control what we can do, think?
  • 39. The Hive-mind
  • 40. If you have done nothing wrong, you have nothing to fear
  • 41. The effect of banal information
  • 42. What will they let us think?
  • 43. A squirrel dying in your front yard may be more relevant to your interests right now than people dying in Africa
    • Mark Zuckerberg
  • 44. Seduced by technology, locked by licenses & killed by a lack of social responsibility
  • 45. Information obesity, Personalization & mind control
  • 46. Privacy will not be die suddenly of a massive leak. It’s slowly fading by analysis of public data…
  • 47. Autonomy: the freedom to lose our privacy
  • 48. A final problem: Outing the young
  • 49. There have always been gatekeepers.
  • 50. State oppression can be observed and therefore controlled. Our choices require self control
  • 51. THANKS!
  • 52.
    • Mathias Klang
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