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Keeping it Private - A Discussion About Data and the Internet

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In this interactive session, we will cover some common (and a few uncommon) truths and myths about what kinds of data are left behind (and collected/used) when using the Internet. We will also cover some ways you can protect (and secure) your own data as you go about your daily use of technology! Real-world questions (including yours) will be key to the learning, so please bring your thoughts and concerns along with you!

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Keeping it Private - A Discussion About Data and the Internet

  1. 1. Daniel Ayala, Director, Global Information Security, ProQuest Rocky River Public Library 18 April 2018
  2. 2. About me…
  3. 3. Security & Privacy are hard in the modern world
  4. 4. Dilemma: Data is being collected everywhere, all the time. Source: https://www.domo.com/learn/data-never-sleeps-
  5. 5. Privacy is dead But still not very good in the US NOT YET
  6. 6. But first, a question…
  7. 7. 7 Increased territorial scope Consent Breach notification Right to Access Right to be Forgotten Data Portability Privacy by Design Data Protection Officers General Data Protection Regulation
  8. 8. 4% of Global Revenue or €20M 8 whichever is greater The cost of not dealing with GDPR
  9. 9. European Global
  10. 10. 10 US ISP Browsing Data Privacy Rollback
  11. 11. 11 US Net Neutrality Rollback
  12. 12. Latent Data Collection
  13. 13. Latent Data Collection
  14. 14. Latent Data Collection
  15. 15. Latent Data Collection
  16. 16. The Data Economy If you are not paying for it you’re not the customer, the product, you’re the product being sold. -Andrew Lewis (blue_beetle) Daniel’s new corollary: Even if you are paying, unless you read deeply between the lines, you may still be the product!
  17. 17. EXAMPLES! Automobiles Lightbulbs Headphones
  18. 18. Facebook & Cambridge Analytica
  19. 19. Consumers are starting to pay attention to privacy 19 P R I V A C Y and so are legislators!
  20. 20. Balance 20 Security & Privacy Utility
  21. 21. The perfectly secure computer?
  22. 22. The perfectly secure computer! Turned off. Unplugged from network. Locked in a safe. Accessed by no one.
  23. 23. Fully Private Fully Secure Fully Open Fully Collecting Utility Balance ??? Uninformed What do I pick? Huge utlity, huge data disclosure
  24. 24. Fully Private Fully Secure Fully Open Fully Collecting Utility Now add in transparency Better informed Still want utility Might make better choices It’s clear what is collected It’s clear what it is used for It’s clear who they share it with It’s clear how long they keep it It’s presented so that average beings can read it quickly and clearly
  25. 25. OMG! I can use w/o sharing everything? I can decide what to share? Fully Private Fully Secure Fully Open Fully Collecting Now add in transparency It’s clear what is collected It’s clear what it is used for It’s clear who they share it with It’s clear how long they keep it It’s presented so that average beings can read it quickly and clearly and choice! Utility
  26. 26. Fully Private Fully Secure Fully Open Fully Collecting Finally, add trust (but verify) and accountability I can trust because I’ve verified They do what they say they do More value, more control Data security practises Depersonalisation (and even better, aggregation) Retention (GET RID OF IT FAST!) Use an identity that user’s care about and protect Utility
  27. 27. The Library
  28. 28. Libraries have automated, digitised, protected and purged
  29. 29. 29
  30. 30. 30 IV. Libraries should cooperate with all persons and groups concerned with resisting abridgement of free expression and free access to ideas.
  31. 31. When users recognize or fear that their privacy or confidentiality is compromised, true freedom of inquiry no longer exists.
  32. 32. https://twitter.com/LindseySanford/status/986298371441741824
  33. 33. https://panopticlick.eff.org/
  34. 34. https://www.eff.org/privacybadger
  35. 35. https://myaccount.google.com/dashboard?pli=1
  36. 36. Firefox FocusBrave Ublock Origin Firefox Lightbeam
  37. 37. https://urlscan.io/
  38. 38. Balance 41 Security & Privacy Utility
  39. 39. References • https://bit.ly/pragmaticprivacy • https://iapp.org/news/a/explaining-the-gdpr-to-an-american/ • http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679 • https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/28/technology/europe-data-privacy- rules.html • https://www.domo.com/learn/data-never-sleeps-5 • https://www.teachprivacy.com • https://bit.ly/pragmaticprivacy

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