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  • This conversation is only just beginning. Privacy advocates have a long uphill battle ahead of them. As more and more businesses move online, there will be growing pressures to limit privacy and control so that businesses can use research to sell ads. Government tends to support big business.

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  • 1. Privately ObscureHOME ABOUT DATA QUESTIONSMAY 6, 2013 • 7:35 PM │ EDITPresenting a Blog; or PrivatelyObscure in 10 minutes flat.While a blog can be a great way to share informationwith a large group of people quickly, it becomes lesseffective when attempting to present findings to a largegroup of people all at once.
  • 2. Having control of identifiableinformationTheres no such thing butthere is an assumption ofprivacy that no oneknows what youre doingon the internetspersonal information that youdont want to reveal onlineno one can see what I doright to keep data out ofthird party handsThe ability to receive emails, filedocuments, conduct bill payments anddo online banking without anyonelearning your passwords.the ability to have an online presence andeasily control the amount of informationabout me that is released to others.strange! I do not trust social networkwebsites regarding this issueimportant to considerno such thingControlled dissemination ofPersonally Identifiable Information(PII) data
  • 3. PRIVACY IS THEABILITY TOCONTROL ACCESSTO YOUR PERSONALINFORMATION.
  • 4. PRIVACY IS THEABILITY TOCONTROL ACCESSTO YOUR PERSONALINFORMATION.
  • 5. PRIVACY IS THEABILITY TOCONTROL ACCESSTO YOUR PERSONALINFORMATION.
  • 6. PRIVACY IS THEABILITY TOCONTROL ACCESSTO YOUR PERSONALINFORMATION.
  • 7. PRIVACY IS THEABILITY TOCONTROL ACCESSTO YOUR PERSONALINFORMATION.
  • 8. PRIVACY IS THEABILITY TOCONTROL ACCESSTO YOUR PERSONALINFORMATION.
  • 9. obscurity is thestate of beingunknown orinconspicuous.
  • 10. Lenox parents given primer on how to monitor potential Internet dangers. –The Berkshire EagleGoogle draws fire over app privacy. – Los Angeles TimesCustomers Put Their Trust in AmEx, USPS, and Amazon: Social Media Not So Much – DM NewsSilicon Valley Companies Lobbying Against Europe‟s Data Privacy Proposals – The New York TimesFacebook CEO hypes „Graph Search‟, notes privacy concern – San Jose Mercury NewsBBB Tip of the Week - BBBOnline privacy is an illusion – The Roanoke TimesFTC Sets New Rules To Protect Kids‟ Online Privacy – San Jose Mercury NewsDisturbing report on children‟s privacy should prompt action by industry, FTC – Buffalo NewsOther voices: „Big Data‟ can change the world – St. Paul Pioneer PressPostings are very heartless – The Augusta ChronicleDemocrats push to use Obama voter database – The Washington PostStalking knows no limits in cyberspace; – Buffalo NewsPreventing cyberbullying over the holidays – San Jose Mercury NewsThe Trail of Clicks, Culminating in Conflict – The New York TimesCalif. warns users of apps over privacy – The Washington PostFTC declines to join Google criticism – The Washington PostLegal Issues Forgotten In the Rush To Tweet – Credit Union JournalU.S. Is Tightening Web Privacy Rule To Shield Young – The New York TimesOct’12Nov’12Dec’12Jan’12Feb’13
  • 11. Lenox parents given primer on how to monitor potential Internet dangers. –The Berkshire EagleGoogle draws fire over app privacy. – Los Angeles TimesCustomers Put Their Trust in AmEx, USPS, and Amazon: Social Media Not So Much – DM NewsSilicon Valley Companies Lobbying Against Europe‟s Data Privacy Proposals – The New York TimesFacebook CEO hypes „Graph Search‟, notes privacy concern – San Jose Mercury NewsBBB Tip of the Week - BBBOnline privacy is an illusion – The Roanoke TimesFTC Sets New Rules To Protect Kids‟ Online Privacy – San Jose Mercury NewsDisturbing report on children‟s privacy should prompt action by industry, FTC – Buffalo NewsOther voices: „Big Data‟ can change the world – St. Paul Pioneer PressPostings are very heartless – The Augusta ChronicleDemocrats push to use Obama voter database – The Washington PostStalking knows no limits in cyberspace; – Buffalo NewsPreventing cyberbullying over the holidays – San Jose Mercury NewsThe Trail of Clicks, Culminating in Conflict – The New York TimesCalif. warns users of apps over privacy – The Washington PostFTC declines to join Google criticism – The Washington PostLegal Issues Forgotten In the Rush To Tweet – Credit Union JournalU.S. Is Tightening Web Privacy Rule To Shield Young – The New York TimesOct’12Nov’12Dec’12Jan’12Feb’13
  • 12. Lenox parents given primer on how to monitor potential Internet dangers. –The Berkshire EagleGoogle draws fire over app privacy. – Los Angeles TimesCustomers Put Their Trust in AmEx, USPS, and Amazon: Social Media Not So Much – DM NewsSilicon Valley Companies Lobbying Against Europe‟s Data Privacy Proposals – The New York TimesFacebook CEO hypes „Graph Search‟, notes privacy concern – San Jose Mercury NewsBBB Tip of the Week - BBBOnline privacy is an illusion – The Roanoke TimesFTC Sets New Rules To Protect Kids‟ Online Privacy – San Jose Mercury NewsDisturbing report on children‟s privacy should prompt action by industry, FTC – Buffalo NewsOther voices: „Big Data‟ can change the world – St. Paul Pioneer PressPostings are very heartless – The Augusta ChronicleDemocrats push to use Obama voter database – The Washington PostStalking knows no limits in cyberspace; – Buffalo NewsPreventing cyberbullying over the holidays – San Jose Mercury NewsThe Trail of Clicks, Culminating in Conflict – The New York TimesCalif. warns users of apps over privacy – The Washington PostFTC declines to join Google criticism – The Washington PostLegal Issues Forgotten In the Rush To Tweet – Credit Union JournalU.S. Is Tightening Web Privacy Rule To Shield Young – The New York TimesOct’12Nov’12Dec’12Jan’12Feb’13
  • 13. “The bottom line is thatusers are not able tocontrol how their data isbeing gathered anddisclosed.”– Marc Rotenberg, executive director of theElectronic Privacy Information Center
  • 14. The petitioners are entitled to respect for their privatelives. It is a promise of the Constitution that there is arealm of personal liberty which the government may notenter.” –Lawrence v Texas, 2003
  • 15. PASSEDChildren‟s Online Privacy Protection Act of1998Video Privacy Protection Act AmendmentsAct of 2012DEADDigital Privacy Act of 2000Online Privacy Protection Act of 2001, 2005
  • 16. 89%expressedconcern aboutdigital privacy.
  • 17. 89%expressedconcern aboutdigital privacy.83%have less privacythan 5 years ago.
  • 18. 89%expressedconcern aboutdigital privacy.83%have less privacythan 5 years ago.78%have at least onesocial mediaprofile.(73% Facebook28% Google+22% Twitter)
  • 19. 89%expressedconcern aboutdigital privacy.83%have less privacythan 5 years ago.61%caremore aboutobscurity thanprivacy.78%have at least onesocial mediaprofile.
  • 20. we‟re sorry,this data istemporarilynot available