STI Summit 2011 - Beyond privacy

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STI Summit 2011 - Beyond privacy

  1. 1. Beyond Privacy Andreas HarthInstitute AIFB, Group Prof. Studer, Knowledge ManagementKIT – University of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg andNational Research Center of the Helmholtz Association www.kit.edu
  2. 2. 1. Data integration (entity-based search) 2. Data mining over integrated data (the next logical step) 3. Wonder if we made a mistake (the next logical step)2 Institute AIFB
  3. 3. Definition according to Merriam-Webster http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/privacy3 Institute AIFB
  4. 4. The McNealy Argument You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it. http://www.wired.com/politics/law/news/1999/01/175384 Institute AIFB
  5. 5. The McNealy Argument (to the state) You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it.5 Institute AIFB
  6. 6. The McNealy Argument (to companies) You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it.6 Institute AIFB
  7. 7. Stakeholders Individual State Company7 Institute AIFB
  8. 8. Post Privacy “Information wants to be free” Utopia where all data is freely available Future where there is nothing to hide8 Institute AIFB
  9. 9. Innovation Argument Many new services possible based on data To allow for innovative new services, companies should be allowed to freely make use of their customer data Many products and services already require users to surrender their data In Germany: in principle it’s not allowed to pay for service via data (and use customer data outside narrowly defined purposes)9 Institute AIFB
  10. 10. Thomas Roessler, W3C, Oliver Raabe, KIT Do we really want such a society?10 Institute AIFB
  11. 11. Wider Issues of Data Ownership Protection of digital content (movies, music ) Licensing with proper attribution (Creative Commons) Business models (e.g., data marketplaces, premium access) Who owns results of data mining activities?11 Institute AIFB
  12. 12. Acknowledgements Images of Julian Assange and Anonymous via Wikipedia Images of Thomas Roessler and Oliver Raabe from their homepages The Golden Age by Lucas Cranach the Elder via Wikipedia12 Institute AIFB

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