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My lightning talk from the W3C privacy camp

My lightning talk from the W3C privacy camp

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    Post privacy - What should we do after the fail of privacy? Post privacy - What should we do after the fail of privacy? Presentation Transcript

    • Post PrivacyWhat should we do after the fail of privacy? @PeterKraker #knowcenter
    • First off• Fueled by previous discussions at #bcg10 and #websci11• The core of the problem is NOT the information that you provide voluntarily• This talk is intentionally provocative to start a discussion
    • Why privacy will fail• All data that exist about us is stored digitally• Digital data is fugitive (easy to copy, hard to protect)• See: Wikileaks, Anonymous, various data scandals near you• Information can be inferred from other sources (e.g. social graph)  jigsaw puzzle effect
    • Therefore Data protection is a lost cause (andsometimes not even the solution) Voluntarily provided information is only thetip of the iceberg
    • My prediction• Not all data will be apparantly visible• But almost all data will be somehow obtainable• A grey market for personal data• The important questions are not if or when privacy will fail, but what we should do when it happens
    • What will we do?• What I DO NOT think will work: – Let‘s just wait and see, society will be better if we see that no one is whithout fail• Concepts – Information accountability (Weitzner et al.) – What else?