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From Where Comes Privacy?

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We are all concerned with privacy from our daily dealings with
practically everying on the internet, to daily life, personal interactions,
surveillance and other threats to the security of ourselves and our
data. What is probably not well understood are the grey areas where
privacy becomes not just a legal issue but ethical, moral, economic
and engineering issues. Taking ideas from Akerlof's famous paper
`The Market for Lemons' and the idea that `wants to be free', in this
short talk we present a deconstruction of what is privacy into these
areas and re-ask the question `what is privacy anyway?'

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From Where Comes Privacy?

  1. 1. From Where Comes Privacy Ian Oliver, Bell Labs, Finland A Lecture at the University of Iowa Friday April 22, 2016 Abstract We are all concerned with privacy from our daily dealings with practically everying on the internet, to daily life, personal interactions, surveillance and other threats to the security of ourselves and our data. What is probably not well understood are the grey areas where privacy becomes not just a legal issue but ethical, moral, economic and engineering issues. Taking ideas from Akerlof’s famous paper ‘The Market for Lemons’ and the idea that ‘wants to be free’, in this short talk we present a deconstruction of what is privacy into these areas and re-ask the question ‘what is privacy anyway?’ 1

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